A great result for Wisla, no doubt about it :thmbup:
Still it will be extremely difficult to defend this advantage in Athens. Wisla needs to score in two weeks' time, that's obvious.
Panathinaikos had better possession tonight and looked much more confident with the ball. It was art for itself for most of the time though. They played a very slow football. Wisla used the simplest ways to move forward and was much more dangerous. I liked when Wisla's wingers moved towards middle and sent penetrating balls to the strikers, that made Greek defence look confused.
A very physical game, both teams looked exhausted when the 90th minute was approaching
Solid game by other players, except for Glowacki and Dudka, who both failed to impress me. Brozek cooperated very well with Frankowski. His substitute, Penksa, is more useful with making the play but doesn't seem to have the killer instinct.
Congratulations to Wisla. Still the odds are 50:50 to me. Tonight's goal for PAO was out of nothing, just another poor marking at a set piece, but I'm sure the Greeks will produce a great number of scoring chances in the return leg
Wisla can't set themselves entirely to defence, they need to try these deadly counter attacks that paid off tonight as often as possible.