A revamped and strongly Slovenian-tinged Triestina to their biggest win of the season: veteran Aljaž Struna scores one of the three goals
Triestina, which got a new owner in the summer (the club was taken over by the obscenely rich Ben Rosenzweig from the United States) and at the same time gave a strong Slovenian flavour to its team, came through with the biggest win of the new season on Sunday. The team from Trieste hosted Pro Patria and beat them 3-0.
Christian D’Urso shone, scoring all three goals, Facundo Lescano, a two-time top scorer, and the victory was sealed by none other than Aljaž Struna. The Slovenian veteran, also captain of Triestina, scored his third goal of the match after a pass from a corner. Interestingly, all of the above happened in the opening 34. minutes! Aljaž Struna played the whole game, his young compatriot Daniel Pavlev was on the court until 69. Kristjan Matošević defended the goal from start to finish. Aaron Kačinari sat on the bench for the reserves.
After five games, Triestina have nine points (three wins, two losses) and are fifth in Serie C. They are four points behind the leader Mantova.
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