In its first official match since March 7, Jagiellonia won its visit to Krakow (Krakow) with a minimum of 1: 0.
This was the third consecutive success of the “red-yellows”, which are led by the former national coach of Bulgaria.
Four minutes before the end of the match, Ivaylo Petev put into play the Polish attacking midfielder Przemyslaw Mistkowski, who with a goal in the 88th minute was a hero for his team, bringing him three points.
Thus, after 27 rounds, the team led by Ivaylo Petev occupies the seventh place in the standings with 40 points. Jagiellonia is only three points away from third place, giving the right to participate in Europe, but also three ahead of the ninth position, which could leave the “red-yellows” at the bottom of the table before the playoffs.
Ivaylo Petev took over the team at the beginning of 2020 with the goal of ranking Jagiellonia in the European tournaments. Despite a hesitant start with four unsuccessful matches, his team entered a series of three consecutive victories.