Latvian national football goalkeeper Pavels Steinbors played the first game as part of his new team on Wednesday, helping Belastoka “Jagiellonia” to win the test match.
It has already been reported that Steinbor officially became the first issue of the Polish extra-class club Belastok “Jagiellonia” on Friday. The contract with the goalkeeper was concluded for two seasons, but after that he has the opportunity to extend the agreement for another year.
Belastok’s team defeated Pruškov’s “Znicz”, the third league team in Poland, by 6: 1 (3: 0).
Mačejs Bortničuks scored two goals for the winners.
Steinbor spent the first half at the goal of the Jagiellonia unit and remained unbeaten. He was then replaced by 16-year-old Ksavjers Dziekonskis.
After 45 minutes of play, the two teams completed two more halves lasting 30 minutes.
For the past four seasons, Steinbor has played for another Polish extravagance club in Gdynia, Arka. The unit ended the season in 14th place and said goodbye to the place in the extra class.
Last season, the Białystok club ranked eighth in the local championship.
The start of the 2020/21 season in the Polish extra class is expected on August 21, but the Białystok team will play the first match three days later against Krakow’s “Wisla”.