snails. The Polish champion resembles Swiss cheese. The Betard Sparta crisis deepens

This is already a serious crisis. Betard Sparta Wrocław is currently mainly Maciej Janowski, and this is not enough to contemplate the win in PGE Ekstraliga. On Sunday, Zielony-energia.com Włókniarz Częstochowa defeated the current Polish champion 52:38.

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Maciej Janowski in the lead

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– Artiom Łaguta cannot be replaced – coach Dariusz Śledź conceded before the match in Canal + Sport 5, but the start of the match between Zielony-energia.com Włókniarz Częstochowa and Betard Sparta Wrocław showed that even with a Russian in the lineup , the current Polish champions would have a problem getting a favorable result at Jasna Góra Monastery.

The hosts started the match well and after two heats they were already 9:3. After the first set of starts, it was clear that it was going to be difficult to score Tai Woffinden’s points in the ranks of Wrocław players. The three-time world champion had a bad release from the line, he had no speed on the route.

– Tai fails across the board – coach Marek Cieślak in the Canal + Sport studio rated 5 after the Briton scored just one point and a bonus in three starts. “Sparta has a hole like Swiss cheese,” added the respected expert. A glance at the race schedule left no doubt. Only Maciej Janowski and Daniel Bewley could start a level fight with the residents of Częstochowa. Junior Bartłomiej Kowalski also did his job.

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It was in vain to look for weaknesses in the ranks of Zielony-energia.com Włókniarz. Even Leon Madsen, who struggled with the disease, was out of reach of his rivals, Kacper Woryna did a great job and finally Fredrik Lindgren and Bartosz Smektała delivered valuable points on the finish line. Mateusz Świdnicki also woke up, who had four appearances in eight points, scoring 7 points.

– I really like this continuity. There isn’t even time to rest. It’s nice that the coach gave me such an opportunity – said the junior of the Częstochowa team, who replaced Jonas Jeppesen who fought the fever in the following races.

The tactical chess game of the Śledznia coach ensured that the residents of Wrocław were able to keep their heads above water after the third series of starts, after which Zielony-energia.com Włókniarz took the lead with 33:27. However, when the Woffinden-Czugunow pair lost double to Madsen and Świdnicki moments later, the fate of the match seemed decided (38:28).

“Lions” sealed the home win before the nominated runs, which best illustrates how big the difference between the two teams was on Sunday afternoon. A win in bars 52:38 means that green-energia.com Włókniarz Częstochowa has good reasons to consider a bonus point in the context of the rematch.

But Betard Sparta lost the third league game in a row in Częstochowa. The team, which impressed with a string of victories a year ago and confidently reached the Polish championship, is now a shadow of itself. No doubt the people of Wrocław lost their power without Artiom Łaguta, but the problem is deeper. Due to the poor form of Taia Woffinden and Gleb Czugunów, they could start worrying about a place in the play-offs in Lower Silesia at any moment.

Punctuation:

green-energia.com Włókniarz Częstochowa – 52 points
9. Leon Madsen- 12 + 2 (2*, 3.1*, 3.3)
10. Bartosz Smektała – 6 + 1 (0,1,2,2*,1)
11. Kacper Woryna – 10 (3,2,3,2,0)
12. Jonas Jeppesen – 1 (1, -, -, -)
13. Fredrik Lindgren – 12 (0,3,3,3,3)
14. Mateusz Swidnicki – 9 + 1 (3,3,0,1,2*)
15. Jakub Miśkowiak – 2 (1,1,0,0)
16. Andrij Rozaluk – NS

Betard Sparta Wrocaw – 38 points
1. Tai Woffinden – 2 + 1 (0.1 *, 0, -, 1, -)
2. Mateusz Panicz – 0
3. Chugunov Gleb – 2 (1,1,0,0, -, -)
4. Replacement for a player
5. Maciej Janowski – 14 + 2 (2*, 3,2,3,2,1,1*)
6. Bartlomiej Kowalski – 8 + 1 (2.2.1*, 3.0.0)
7. Michal Curzytek – 0 (0.0, -)
8. Daniel Bewley- 12 (3,2,2,0,1,2,2)

Run after run:
1. (64.26) Voryna, Madsen, Chugunov, Woffinden – 5:1 – (5:1)
2. (64.02) Swidnicki, Kowalski, Miśkowiak, Curzytek – 4:2 – (9:3)
3. (63.90) Bewley, Janowski, Jeppesen, Lindgren – 1:5 – (10:8)
4. (63.98) Swidnicki, Kowalski, Woffinden, Smektała – 3:3 – (13:11)
5. (64.04) Janowski, Woryna, Czugunow, Swidnicki – 2:4 – (15:15)
6. (63.54) Lindgren, Bewley, Miśkowiak, Woffinden – 4:2 – (19:17)
7. (63.30) Madsen, Janowski, Smektała, Curzytek – 4:2 – (23:19)
8. (64.37) Lindgren, Bewley, Swidnicki, Czugunow – 4:2 – (27:21)
9. (63.77) Janowski, Smektała, Madsen, Bewley – 3:3 – (30:24)
10.63.27) Woryna, Janowski, Kowalski, Miśkowiak – 3:3 – (33:27)
11. (63.98) Madsen, Swidnicki, Woffinden, Czugunow – 5:1 – (38:28)
12. (64.81) Kowalski, Woryna, Bewley, Miśkowiak – 2:4 – (40:32)
13. (63.96) Lindgren, Smektała, Janowski, Kowalski – 5:1 – (45:33)
14. (64.58) Lindgren, Bewley, Smektała, Kowalski – 4:2 – (49:35)
15. (63.87) Madsen, Bewley, Janowski, Woryna – 3:3 – (52:38)

Judge: Pawes Slupskic
NCD: 63.27 v. – Kacper Woryna in heat no.10 (new track record)
Starter pack: II

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