Aleksandar Radosavljevic satisfied after two games against France: ‘We showed that we want to play and win every game’
It’s been a busy week at the Clairefontaine National Football Centre in France. There were two national team matches, France and Slovenia competed twice. The first match of the U17 team was won by Slovenia, led by Aleksandar Radosavljević, with David Pejičić scoring the winner. The French were happy to win the second, but the Slovenians resisted well. It ended 2:1 for the hosts, with Dominik Drobnič scoring the only goal for Slovenia.
Slovenia’s line-up for the first match against France: Žnuderl, Meško, Petrovič, Kerin, Drobnič, Osterc (from 54′ Weissbach), Pečjak (from 54′ Aćimović), Viher, Hočevar (from 54′ Durmisi), Pejičić, Šabotić.
Slovenia’s line-up for the second match against France: Antonic, Meško (from 67′ Koroša), Petrovic (from 67′ Dassena Ček), Kerin (from 67′ Šabotić), Drobnič, Osterc (from 81′ Podlesnik), Pejičić (from 73′ Kurtović), Kumer Čelik, Aćimović (from 67′ Viher), Weissbach (from 81′ Pečjak), Durmis (from 45′ Hočevar)
“The second match against France was a new opportunity for us to try to establish some principles in our game. We adapted our system and created a lot of scoring chances. It was important for us to try out most of the players to increase the pool of guys who will play an important role in the qualifiers. We are happy with the whole campaign, even against a strong French team we showed that we want to play and win every game,” is for NZS website selector Aleksandar Radosavljevic stressed that he is satisfied with the days spent in France.
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