Watch: Polish soccer fans go wild at Polish Cup final

Tuesday May 3rd, 2016

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Polish soccer fans went wild at the Polish Cup final on Monday.

The championship match, between Lech Poznan and Legia Warsaw, was delayed by 12 minutes before it even began when Legia’s fans made a statement by creating a wall of smoke that spread across the stands at National Stadium Warsaw.

Once the match finally began, Legia eventually captured its 18th title in team history with a 1–0 victory.

Watch the incident below.


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Aleksandar Prijovic’s 69th-minute goal sealed the win for Legia.

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