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Goals reign in Krakow

Published: Wednesday 30 July 2003, 22.00CET
Wisla Kraków 5-2 Omonia AC Polish champions win, but late penalties give Cypriot visitors hope.

Match statistics

Wisła KrakówOmonia

Goals scored5
 
2
Attempts on target5
 
2
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
0
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 30 July 2003, 22.00CET

Goals reign in Krakow

Wisla Kraków 5-2 Omonia AC Polish champions win, but late penalties give Cypriot visitors hope.

Wisla Kraków made full use of home advantage as they gained a 5-2 victory against Cypriot title-holders Omonia AC in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League second qualifying round tie.

Late penalties
However, two late penalties from German-born Cypriot international striker Rainer Rauffmann gave the visitors hope of turning the tie round in next Wednesday's return in Nicosia - despite having trailed by five goals at one stage.

Perfect start
It was 3-0 to the Polish champions at the break, their perfect start secured by Maciej Zurawski with an eleventh-minute goal. Tomasz Frankowski scored the second eight minutes later and Marcin Baszczynski increased the lead on the stroke of half-time.

Lead increased
Zurawski began the second half as he did the first with an early goal - this time four minutes in - and Daniel Dubicki made it five in the 70th minute to further delight the home supporters.

Rauffmann takes advantage
However, the prolific 36-year-old Rauffmann took advantage of spot-kick chances on 74 and 85 minutes to give Omonia hope of earning a third qualifying round tie against either RSC Anderlecht or AFC Rapid Bucuresti, who drew 0-0 tonight.

Last updated: 30/07/03 23.57CET

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Lineups

wisła

Wisła

omonia

Omonia

25
PiekutowskiAdam Piekutowski (GK)
Yellow Card86
1
MichopoulosNikolaos Michopoulos (GK)
4
BaszczyńskiMarcin Baszczyński
Goal45+1
2
TheodotouGeorgois Theodotou
Substitution71
19
NawotczynskiLukasz Nawotczynski
3
IoakimAkis Ioakim
18
JopMariusz Jop
4
PanayiotouPanayiotis Panayiotou
Substitution81
3
StolarczykMaciej Stolarczyk
5
KorolovszkyGábor Korolovszky
8
PaterGrzegorz Pater (C)
21
Nicolaos GeorgiouNicolaos Georgiou
16
StrakPawel Strak
7
StjepanovićZoran Stjepanović
Substitution46
2
SzymkowiakMirosław Szymkowiak
8
C. NicolaouCharis Nicolaou
11
BrasiliaBrasilia
9
RauffmannRainer Rauffmann
Goal76
Goal86
21
FrankowskiTomasz Frankowski
Goal19
Substitution64
20
KaiafasKostas Kaiafas (C)
9
ŻurawskiMaciej Żurawski
Goal12
Goal49
Substitution71
18
KozlejJozef Kozlej

Substitutes

13
WróbelMichal Wróbel (GK)
23
YiallourisAnastasios Yiallouris (GK)
15
MrowiecAdrian Mrowiec
11
KontolefterosLefteris Kontolefteros
14
KuzeraKamil Kuzera
10
MichailovicVesko Michailovic
31
GorawskiDamian Gorawski
Substitution71
22
NikolaouMarios Nikolaou
Substitution81
22
Piotr BrożekPiotr Brożek
28
MitsingasKyriakos Mitsingas
28
IwanBartosz Iwan
33
E. CharalambousElias Charalambous
Substitution71
29
DubickiDaniel Dubicki
Substitution64
Goal70
30
AloneftisStathis Aloneftis
Substitution46

Coach

Henryk Kasperczak (POL) Toni Savevski (MKD)

Referee

Ceri Richards (WAL)

Assistant referees

Edward King (WAL), Andrew Richards (WAL)

Fourth official

Mark Whitby (WAL)

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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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