Slovenia’s U-16 national team gets ‘revenge’ on Hungary, and in their own way: Kristjan Kozar scores in the last minute to win the game
The Slovenian U-16 national team, led by Mišo Brečko, played a second friendly match against Hungary. After losing their first away match with an unfortunate extra-time goal, they took revenge on their Hungarian peers this time. In Radenci, Slovenia was the better opponent and won 3:2.
The Slovenian U16 national team for both games against Hungary: Luka Špacapan (Udinese/ITA), Jan Kovačič (Mura), Kristjan Jurić (Inglostadt/NEM), Iztok Drašler Raisp (Koper), Matic Ferk (Koper), Kristjan Kozar (Bilje), An Kumer Čelik (Ilirija), Denis Videnović (Ilirija), Nik Belovič (Ilirija), Matevž Šimnovec (Bravo), Svit Blaško (Bravo), Matej Mehle (Brinje Grosuplje), Stijan Gobec (Celje), Nejc Slovenc (Celje), Gal Napečnik (Celje), Tilen Golič (Domžale), Grega Kaluder (Domžale), Matt Zver (Domžale), Juš Avbelj (Domžale), Timotej Pucelj (Domžale), Tanej Handanović (Maribor), Jaka Premrl (Maribor), Edis Dobrnjić (Olimpija).
The Slovenian national team scored the opening two goals from the penalty spot. Nik Belovič, an Ilirija player, got the first one after a pass from Matic Ferko and then scored from the white spot. The second penalty was awarded after a foul on Ferko, which is proving himself in the Koper. Penalty was scored by Denis Videnović (Ilirija). Kristjan Kozar, Slovenia’s young hope from Bilje , sealed the victory by hitting back at the Hungarians in their own way – with a goal in the last minute of the match.
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