Legia “stole” the three-pointer from Spartak in 90 + 1 ‘and started with the right its obligations in the premiere of the Europa League groups, with Kastrati scoring the “golden” goal.
With the double, Legia Warsaw left Moscow, which prevailed 1-0 over Spartak away in the Europa League group stage premiere, with Kastrati scoring at 90 + 1 ‘and giving his team a three-pointer.
The first half hour of the match passed without great emotions, with the first good moment for the hosts coming in the 31st minute with Larson losing a great opportunity to open the score and Boruts repelling saves.
The picture did not change much in the second half, with Vitoria’s team having possession of the ball and the visitors counting just two shots inside the home against four of Spartak.
Larson could not find nets even in the 70th minute, with Legia although he had retreated to finally find the goal he was looking for in 90 + 1 ‘, when Kastrati, who came on in the 59th minute, after a cross by Moutsi , scored from close range for 1-0, giving the victory to his team.