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Football: Cracovia beat Legia Warsaw to win Polish Super Cup

10.10.2020 08:00
Polish Cup holders Cracovia have beaten top-flight league champions Legia Warsaw 5-4 on penalties to win the Polish football Super Cup.
Cracovia players celebrate winning the Polish Super Cup on Friday night.
Cracovia players celebrate winning the Polish Super Cup on Friday night.Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański

The game on Friday night marked the first time Kraków's Cracovia have won the national Super Cup title in a delayed curtain-raiser to the new football season in Poland.

The one-off Super Cup match is traditionally held between the winners of the Polish Cup and the Ekstraklasa premier league champions from the previous season.

Cracovia in late July beat Lechia Gdańsk 3-2 in the Polish Cup final.

Meanwhile, Legia Warsaw won Poland’s top-flight Ekstraklasa football league earlier that month.

Poland’s Ekstraklasa premier league kicked off its 2020/2021 season in late August after a delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Source: PAP