Luxol St Andrews wrapped up their commitments in group 5 of the UEFA Futsal Champions League main round after sharing the spoils in an entertaining 1-1 scoreline against Rekord Bielsko Biala.
After this result, Luxol obtained four points from three matches after previously losing against Haladas 6-2 and winning Hammarby 3-2.
The four-point tally amassed by the Malta champions was a new record for a Maltese club competing in the Main Round of UEFA’s prestigious futsal ompetition.
The Polish side from Bielsko Biala went ahead in the first half through Kamil Surmiak who took advantage of a corner taken by Michal Kubik.
In the second half, Luxol were determined to take something from this match and managed to restore parity courtesy of Hebberth Bolt whose first-time effort stunned keeper Krzysztof Iwanek.
In the group 5 final standings, Haladas managed to qualify for the next round of this competition as they got maximum points from three games while Luxol and Rekord Bielsko Biala collected four points.
Hammarby remain without a point as they lost all three matches.