2. SNL served with a crazy game in Slovenski Bistrica: Bistrica between 80th and 92nd scored three times and came from 1:3 down to win 4:3
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This weekend, the second round of the Slovenian football league will be played to round off the first half of the championship. Jadran surprised Triglav at home, Slovenian Bistrica and Ajdovščina saw the referees point to the white dot four times in total, while Beltinci increased their lead over the chasing team in Koroška.
In Slovenska Bistrica the two teams that were in the best shooting mood in the previous round competed and this time there was no shortage of goals, of course we are talking about the home team Bistrica and Bilje. The first time the net was shaken was in 7. Lan Vidmar, the captain of the home team, was accurate in the first minute. The guests scored 28. The teams returned to the dressing room at 1:1 after a goal by Ricardo Fernandez Betru. In the second half, the Slovenian Bistrica crowd saw five goals. The visitors started the game, taking a 1:3 lead five minutes in, the first one coming in the 50th minute. Luka Marjanac scored in the first minute, and then the Andorran Betriu, who also topped the scorers’ list. When everything was pointing to a Bilj victory, the home team performed a miracle. It started ten minutes before the end of regulation time, when Jaša Martinčič successfully converted a shot from the white dot and the score was tied at 85. Matevž Križnik scored in the first minute. The hosts were awarded another harsh penalty in the referee’s extra time, which was again successfully converted by Jaša Martinčič to give his team the win. With the win, the Bistricans are still in touch with the top teams in the championship.
Quite a disappointment after the important victory in Beltinci Triglav from Kranj, which was away in Dekany at Jadran. The home team scored all three goals in the first half, first taking the lead in the 21st. Kebba Suso put the game away in the first minute, and four minutes later Leon Sever increased the advantage. Just before the end of the first half, Susso scored once more. In stoppage time, Veron Shalja scored an honorary goal for the visitors. Triglav maintains its second place in the league standings despite the crash, but could be overtaken by Nafta as early as tomorrow.
Primorje had an easy job, at least on paper, as they hosted the last-placed team Tabor from Sežana, but in the end it turned out that the road to victory was anything but easy. Unfortunately, the crowd at the Ajdovščina football stadium did not score in the first half. After the break, the visitors were the first to score, shockingly in the 53rd minute. In the first minute, they take the lead through Troyan Maloku. Six minutes later, the score was levelled when Mark Gulic scored from the penalty spot. The match was finally broken just before the end of regulation time, when Alexander Stožinič received the second yellow card and the red card, and Primorje had another shot from the white dot, which was successfully executed by Matic Zavnik, who also set the final score of the match. After another defeat, Tabor is further and further away from the play-off places.
The match, which was also televised, took place in Ravne na Koroškem, where the home team Fužinar and the championship leader Beltincev were playing. The visitors extended their lead at the top of the standings with a minimal win and a slip-up by Triglav. The only goal of the match came in the 19th minute. Ivan Težački headed a cross into the net from a corner in the first minute, scoring his debut goal on the Slovenian second league stage.
Tomorrow’s second league matches are Dravinja – Nafta, Gorica – Tolmin, Ilirija – Brinje Grosuplje and Krka – Rudar.
This text was automatically translated using AI.