Sujet: [EL|Sporting Clube de Portugal - Legia Warszawa ], Entrées: 99, dernière réponse: 25 févr. - h. Legia. Arkadiusz Malarz 1. Malarz (TW). Michał Pazdan 2. Pazdan. Yellow_Card 81'. Guilherme 6. Guilherme. Goal 30' Substitution 62'. Vadis Odjidja 8. Odjidja. Legia Warszawa [A-Junioren]» Bilanz gegen Sporting CP.
Legia Warszawa [A-Junioren] » Bilanz gegen Sporting CPDas ist der Spielbericht zur Begegnung Sporting Lissabon gegen Legia Warschau am im Wettbewerb UEFA Champions League. Am kommenden Donnerstag trifft der polnische Pokalsieger Legia Warszawa in der Ko-Runde der Europaleague auf den portugiesischen Vertreter Sporting. Legia. Arkadiusz Malarz 1. Malarz (TW). Michał Pazdan 2. Pazdan. Yellow_Card 81'. Guilherme 6. Guilherme. Goal 30' Substitution 62'. Vadis Odjidja 8. Odjidja.
Sporting Legia Navigation menu Videopattaya-chat.comót 162 :D Legia Warszawa (Polish: [ˈlɛɡʲja varˈʂava]), known in English as Legia Warsaw, is a professional football club based in Warsaw, Poland. Legia is one of the most successful Polish football clubs in history winning 14 Ekstraklasa Champions titles, a record 19 Polish Cup trophies and four Polish SuperCup matches. Legia-Sporting CP UEFA Champions League / The Marshall Józef Piłsudski's Municipal Stadium of Legia Warsaw - Warsaw. /17, Group stage - Group F. Legia /12/ While Legia are on a 4 match unbeaten run in all competitions, losing 3 during the period. Moreover, they have won just once in their last 7 matches in all competitions. The Wednesday’s host, Sporting have the upper hand and the quality. And we can expect them to take the lead early in the first half. Sporting CP vs Legia Warsaw: Bet Tips. Sporting CP v Legia: line-ups, where to watch, form guide. 26/09/ Live What to watch out for in the Champions League. 20/09/ Live Sporting and Legia both looking for lift-off. Sporting and Legia have only faced each other two times previously which was over two ties in the last 32 of the Europa League four years ago. Inafter qualifying for the nine-year break of the highest tier, Legia qualified after a victory in the Svr Tennis eliminations of the northeastern region and Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Deutschland took second place in Ergebnisse Live Ticker nationwide qualification. During the first meeting in Warsaw, fans, due to the very large number of policemen at the stadium, began to chant the slogans: "Down with Sporting Legia and "MO Norwegen Vs Deutschland Gestapo". Sporting look on course to claim their first win of the Champions League group stage as they comfortably lead Legia Warsaw at the break after goals from Bryan Ruiz and Bas Dost. Lech fans threw flares and invaded the pitch Nascar Deutschland Legia scored to make it 2—0 in the 77th minute, after which the referee called the game off. Legia are enjoying some possession at the moment but Sporting are just looking so comfortable, much like they have done for the majority of proceedings.
Due to the Polish-Bolshevik war and the participation of many Warsaw players, WKS was not nominated for the premiership of the Polish championship league in In the — seasons, the team was not promoted beyond the A-class of the Warsaw district, but it was a very important period for the club.
In , a statute was passed allowing the team to play in civilian teams as opposed to playing against only other soldiers. At that time, a merger with the oldest Warsaw sports club, Korona, was created, which resulted in the acquisition of new, white-green club colors.
In the first international match played on 18 May , Legia lost 2—9 at their own stadium with Czechoslovakian club Viktor Zichkov Prague.
For the next two seasons Legia occupied higher positions in the league than the other clubs: Polonia and Warszawianka. In the first match of the new stadium, Legia drew 1—1 with Barcelona.
In the same year the legionaries defeated Hajduki Wielkie 7—1 in their th match in the league. Legia also had the biggest pre-war successes in the Polish championships in and , where they were short three points and one point respectively.
In the season, Legia remained in the league, gaining one point advantage over the relegated Cracovia, and then in — in the club's 20th anniversary — lost seven consecutive games and recorded the only decline of the league in its history.
In the club's board decided to return to the military statute. As a result, almost all civilians departed from the first team, mainly to other Warsaw teams.
In — in the A class of the Warsaw district — Legia took fourth place, and one year later, took first place, and played in the first division play-offs.
Legia was third place in the play-offs and they were not able to advance. The board reacted by withdrawing the club from all competitions and decided to play only friendly matches.
In , most of the team's sections were dissolved, leaving only three: tennis, swimming and motocross.
The team initially played friendly matches with teams in the region, but later also with clubs from other countries, the likes of the Swedish IFK Norrköping and the Yugoslav FK Partizan.
In the first postwar Polish championships held in , Legia took second place in the elimination group, falling out of competition. In , after qualifying for the nine-year break of the highest tier, Legia qualified after a victory in the inter-regional eliminations of the northeastern region and after took second place in the nationwide qualification.
It was the th league game of the club. The first post-war match in the first tier took place on 14 March , beating Polonia Bytom 3—1.
For the next two seasons, Legia only held on in the first division due to a better goal differential against the relegated teams, taking the 9th and 10th respectively.
In November , after the reforms introduced by the then Polish football association, the club once again changed its name to Centralny Wojskowy Klub Sportowy Central Army Sports Club.
Also, a new coat of arms large letter C, and smaller letters in it: W, K, S. The official patron of the team was the Polish People's Army. In Legia took third place in the league, and in the cup competitions lost in the eighth-finals with Polonia Warszawa.
A year later, Legia achieved its first success in the Polish Cup competition, reaching the finals in which Polonia Warszawa won 1—0.
In , Legia took 5th place in the first league, and in the next season — in addition to the 7th place — the team managed to reach the semi-final of the Polish Cup, in which Warsaw Gwardia won 2—1.
In the following season, Ryszard Koncewicz became the Legia coach. The club celebrated its 40th anniversary and repeated the achievements from the previous year.
Officially due to the "reorganization of the military division", in practice this meant strengthening CWKS Warszawa Legia's name at the time.
In addition, the first three places in the goal classification at the end of the season were taken by legionnaires, and the title of the king of scorers was won by the Henryk Kempny who scored 21 goals.
In , in addition to winning the national doublet, Legia made their debut in European competition, competing in the round of 16 of the European Champions Cup with Czechoslovak champions Slovan Bratislava.
In the first away meeting, the team lost 0—4, and in the second leg at home they won 2—0 after goals from Kowal and Brychcz, but they were eliminated from further games.
The meeting in Warsaw was watched by 40, fans. At the meeting on 2 July — chaired by Colonel Edward Potorejko — the club's statute was approved and the first member board of WKS Legia was elected, from which an person presidium was then selected.
The legal nature of the club has also changed. From the previous military unit, which was CWKS, a sports association was established with legal personality.
In addition, new colors that are still used today were approved: white-red-green-black later the order of the first two colors were changed and the current coat of arms was adopted until today with intervals.
The match ended with a 4—2 result for the hosts. They struggled in the league that season, finishing in fourth place, and were knocked out of the Polish Cup at the eighth-finals, losing to Ruch Chorzow 1—2 in that period, until , the I liga season was played from March to August.
In , Legia took 6th place in the Polish championship, and in took 4th. In the s, Legia regularly held top positions in the league table.
In , artificial lighting was installed at the Polish Army Stadium , thanks to which the facility became the second in Poland where matches could be played after dark.
The first meeting without natural light was played on 5 October with Danish club Aarhus Gymnastikforening as part of the qualification for the European Club Champions Cup.
However, with a 0—3 defeat in the first match in Denmark, they dropped out of further games. The following season, the team won the bronze medal of the Polish championship for taking third place in the league.
In the following year, the league shifted from the spring-fall system to fall-spring, which meant that the league matches started in the spring of The league was divided into two groups, in which the teams from the same regions played with each other.
In the Polish Cup, the team dropped out in the eighth-finals, losing 0—3 with Odra Opole. The goal differential decided who took which place.
The club achieved a much better result in the Polish Cup, where the team, led by the Romanian coach Virgil Popescu, reached the finals.
In the match, played at the 10th-Anniversary Stadium , Legia won after extra time with Polonia Bytom 2—1. Henryk Apostel scored both goals for Legia.
In the second they defeated the Turkish Galatasaray SK. After two matches there was a draw and third the decisive step in the advancement meeting in Bucharest.
Legia won 1—0 and were the first Polish team to advance to the quarterfinals of any European club competition. At this stage of the tournament the team lost to German TSV Munich and was eliminated from the competition.
The celebration of the 50th anniversary of the club's existence took place in In the league the team took 6th place, while a better result was achieved in the twelfth edition of the Polish Cup.
In the round of 16, Legia was knocked out by FC Sachsen Leipzig after losing 0—3 away and drawing 2—2 at home. That season, Kazimierz Deyna made his debut in the Legia team.
In the —68 season, for the second time in its history, the club was the vice-champion of Poland and was promoted as the first Polish team to the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
In the same year, the team made their debut in the Intertoto Cup. The club also made its debut at the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
In the next round, the Hungarian team's players were better and Legia were defeated 0—1 away. A 2—2 draw in Warsaw saw their rivals promoted to the next stage.
In there was still one more success — the Legia juniors won the first championship in the history of the club. For the next season, former player Edmund Zientara was brought in as the new first team coach.
His team won the title of Polish champion for the second time in a row. The performances of the club in the European Champion Clubs' Cup was a great success — Legia reached the semi-finals of the competition.
In the semi-final, they played against Feyenoord. The first match in Warsaw ended in a 0—0 draw, while away the home team triumphed 2—0.
The s were known as Poland's golden age of football. In , Legia were runner's up of Poland for the third time in their history, and ended their Polish Cup campaign in the quarter-finals.
In the next round Legia was matched up against A. The first game was played at the 10th Anniversary Stadium and ended in a 1—1 draw.
The legionaries finally won in penalties, 4—2. Another foreign trip took place at the end of January Legia flew to Australia and became the first Polish team to visit all continents except Antarctica.
In the autumn of , the club's 60th anniversary was celebrated. On the anniversary, 12 October, two matches were played at the Polish Army stadium: a meeting with Legia and Warsaw Polonia a 2—0 home win and a match between Legia and Dukla , which ended 4—2 for the legionaries.
In February the team made the next trip, this time to Indonesia. Six games were played at that time four wins, two draws and a total of 15 goals were scored — without Deyna, who was at a training camp in Yugoslavia and Greece.
The team — finishing in 8th position — repeated the result from the previous league season, while in the Polish Cup they were knocked out in the semi-final, losing to Polonia Bytom 1—2.
During the second half of the s, the legionaries did not make it to the top 3 positions to get into European competitions, and 5th place in the —78 season was their highest position.
The next season —79 was the last in which Kazimierz Deyna represented the club. The game ended 2—1 to Legia.
Deyna played the whole match and scored two goals — one for Legia in the first half and the second for his new club in the second.
The match was very popular and many fans had to watch it from behind the stadium gates. In the league, the legionaries took fourth place.
The following season, the team played a match in the quarter-finals of the European Club Champions Cup with Dinamo Tbilisi. During the first meeting in Warsaw, fans, due to the very large number of policemen at the stadium, began to chant the slogans: "Down with communism" and "MO — Gestapo".
After being defeated 0—1, the fans organized an anti-communist parade this situation was repeated several times in the s.
The away match also ended 0—1, which was watched by 90 thousand fans in Tbilisi. The —83 season began with a change of part of the team.
At the turn of and , after the autumn round, Legia took first place in the table. The following season, —86, the league success was repeated and the quarterfinals of the home cup were again obtained.
In the first match, Milan drew 0—0 at home, which was considered a great success for the Warsaw club. At the beginning of the —87 season, the Warsaw team traveled to China and won the Great Wall Cup, defeating the hosts 2—0.
The team played in Beijing and other cities for a week, at the turn of July and August. At the end of , at the Legia stadium, the speedway track was removed and the football field was widened.
Legia finished the next year in the league in third place and reached the Polish Cup final. The match in Barcelona ended with a 1—1 draw, after an unrecognized goal for the legionnaires and a penalty kick for the opponents in the 85th minute of the match.
Michael Laudrup scored the only goal. The beginning of the nineties was not successful for the club, especially in the Polish league.
In the —90 season, the team finished in seventh place, and the next season in ninth. The team avoided relegation after winning 3—0 in an away match against Motor Lublin in the penultimate game of the season.
A year later, the Warsaw club again faced GKS Katowice in the final of the Polish Cup, but this time the rivals who won the match 1—0 turned out to be better.
They lost in the semi-finals to Manchester United 1—3 in Warsaw and 1—1 in Manchester. In autumn , the first private sponsor, businessman Janusz Romanowski, invested in the club.
This, in turn, translated into better results and joining the competition for the national championship. The decision was due to the allegations of bribery in the last league match.
In addition, Legia was forced to pay a fine of million zlotys, and the UEFA authorities excluded the team from European competition.
The player's urine sample was also tested in a laboratory in Moscow , where it was considered that increased testosterone levels were not the result of doping.
In the next season, Legia won the first triple crown in the history of Polish football. These allegations have not been proven.
The club's first experience of the Champions League ended in defeat in the qualifying stage — the team fell to Croatian side Hajduk Split 0—1 at home, 0—4 away.
At that time, one of the first protest actions took place at the stadium. The reason was high ticket prices and the ban on hanging flags and banners on the fence — the conflict ended after three matches in Warsaw thanks to an agreement with activists.
Legia finished the group in second place with seven points and in the quarterfinals they faced Panathinaikos Athens.
The first match in Warsaw ended in a goalless draw, and in the rematch at the Olympic Stadium in Athens, the Greeks won 3—0. A big change in that period was the addition of Daewoo as a member to the club's name CWKS "Legia-Daewoo" Warsaw — the new name did not please fans of Legia and was received coldly by them.
After passing Glenavon in the qualifying round with a 1—1 draw in Northern Ireland and a 4—0 win in Warsaw , the team fell to Italian team Vicenza Calcio in the first round of the tournament losing away 0—2 and drawing at home 1—1.
The next season, —99, ended with a bronze medal in the league. In the — season, Legia took fourth place in the league and did not get to play in the European competitions.
In the Polish Cup, the team fell in the quarterfinals to Amica Wronki after a series of penalty kicks ended with a 3—1 result , while in the League Cup reached the final, in which they lost at home with Polonia Warsaw 1—2.
The rival of Legia in the second round was Valencia CF. In the first match at the Polish Army stadium there was a 1—1 draw, but in the rematch the Spaniards won 6—1.
Legia played in the Champions League qualifiers in the summer, but in the third round they fell against FC Barcelona — in the first match at Camp Nou, the Catalans won 3—0, in the second they beat Legia 1—0.
In the first round Legia beat FC Utrecht 4—1 at home and 3—1 away , in the second round they were eliminated by Schalke — 2—3 in Warsaw, 0—0 in Gelsenkirchen.
The legionaries finished the —03 season in 4th place, in the Polish Cup they fell in the 3rd round. The —06 season was exceptional in the club's history — Legia celebrated its 90th anniversary.
After four years, the legionnaires again stood a chance of winning promotion to the group stage of the Champions League.
Shakhtar Donetsk turned out to be the next rival in the decisive third stage. Both meetings ended with the defeat of Legia — 0—1 in Donetsk and 2—3 in Warsaw.
However, Legia did not manage to defeat the Austrian opponent; in the first match in Warsaw the team drew 1—1, and in the return the hosts won 1—0.
The year brought a change of the coat of arms. The club did not agree with CWKS, which had the rights to the previous logo. The club's board registered their logotype, boycotted by the fans, because it did not resemble the old mark despite similar colors and the letter "L" had a different outline and arrangement of colors.
However, the shape differed from the historical one and resembled a triangle, not like the original coat of arms. Hooligans, among others devastated the stadium and attacked the police, as a result of which the match was stopped at 2—0 for the Lithuanian club.
UEFA also forced the Warsaw club to cover all losses caused by rioters at the host stadium. After submitting the appeal, the penalty was temporarily suspended, taking into account the changes made to enhance safety at Legia's matches.
At the halfway point of the league games Legia took second place, even though it scored more points than in the championship season — In addition, the team played in the Ekstraklasa Cup final.
The meeting played in Grodzisk Wielkopolski was won by the local Dyskobolia , which after the 4—1 victory won the trophy. In the second the legionaries went to the Russian FC Moscow.
Both matches ended with the defeat of legionnaires: in Warsaw 1—2, and in Moscow 0—2. The only goal scored for Legia was by Roger Guerreiro.
In the league, the team repeated the previous year's achievement, finishing second at the end of the season. The team also reached the semi-finals of the Polish Cup, in which they lost to Ruch Chorzow.
Legia won its 10th title with another league championship at the end of the —14 Ekstraklasa season. Legia qualified for the —17 Champions League group stages for the first time in 21 years after defeating Dundalk on 23 August Of course we spent ourselves emotionally tonight, but the two matches have nothing to do with each other.
Sporting miss out on European progress with loss in the Polish capital. A tough loss to swallow, particularly with the continuation of this season's European campaign dependent on getting a least a draw in the Polish capital.
William Carvalho set the tone of the evening with a shout across the face of goal in the 5th minute, with what was the first of a wealth of shots finishing on the wrong side of the post.
Legia's response was largely through quick counter attacks and some calculated play saw the Polish hosts take in a lead at the break. Sporting CP attempted to rally after the break, but a lack of an eye for goal and some fine defending from Arkadiusz Malarz kept Legia ahead.
Sporting CP's best efforts were finally dashed in the 85th minute, when William Carvalho was given his marching orders. Jorge Jesus announces squad for Champions League matchday 6.
Jorge Jesus dismisses the weather and affirms his side's readiness. Almost two hours after Legia coach Jacek Magier has backed Sporting CP as favourites to clinch the points in the Polish capital tomorrow, Jorge Jesus dismissed any sense of overconfidence and instead focused on the task at hand.
What matters is that we show what we are capable of. We know they will squeeze us on the pitch and from the stands, but the lads are used to it and it isn't the cold or the fans that will affect us", opened Jorge Jesus, going on to analyse the difference between the two sides: "You can say a team is favourite or not based on history.
We could be considered as favourite because how how we have played in the group and we have been a bit unlucky really. We could have had more points, especially with how we played against Real Madrid and Dortmund.
We wanted to get past the group stage, which we didn't, but we will push on anyway. We know that Legia are a creative side and tomorrow we will have to do again what we did against the other two teams in our group.
Nothing special has happened yet, so I don't think we will have to worry about that sort of thing. It will be a difficult match, but we believe we will get into the Europa League", said Bryan Ruiz in Tuesday's pre-match press conference.
The Polish capital is currently a good 20 degrees colder than Lisbon, however Ruiz dismissed the impact of the weather: "I don't think the cold will affect how we play.
We are used to playing in places like this. We have played in Russia before and I don't think it makes a difference.
We know how important it is for us to carry on in Europe and we know what we have to do tactically tomorrow. Jesus leads his first training session Warsaw ahead of Champions League matchday 6.
To ensure that matchday is enjoyed without incident, fans should take into consideration the following:. We recommend that our fans remain indoors until heading for the stadium.
The Polish authorities have deemed that not enough visiting fans will be attending to justify a meeting point. Polish police will be present before, during and after the match.
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