Lech Poznań’s Bartosz Bosacki saved a point in the dying seconds of their home match against ŁKS Łódź (1-1). It meant that after a draw for Polonia Warsaw and wins for Legia Warsaw and Wisła Kraków, the four leading teams are still within four points of one another, with GKS Bełchatów close behind. With six games to go, the Polish Ekstraklasa can hold up equal pace with the English and French competition when it comes to excitement and entertainment.
After Legia tied Lech 1-1 on the 26th of April, the standings are as follows: Legia are tied with Wisła for first place, both with 51 points; Lech is in third with 50, while Polonia holds fourth and GKS is in fifth, both with 47 points. On may 9th Wisła will host Legia in Kraków, and no matter what the outcome of that game, the Polish Ekstraklasa is going to be a thriller to the very end.