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Antoni Łyko (born on 27.05.1907 in Kraków, killed on 03.07.1941 in Auschwitz concentration camp) was a football player, left-winger, representing Wisła Kraków from 1930 till 1939. He played twice for Polish national team and was a member of the squad for 1938 World Cup. Łyko scored 30 goals in his 109 appearances in the Polish league.

One of Łyko's most memorable performances happened on 24th of May 1936. In a friendly match celebrating the club's 30th anniversary, Wisła defeated Chelsea London. Łyko scored the only goal of that afternoon - his shot from the penalty spot sent the record crowd of 15 000 spectators ecstatic.

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