Bravo took the lead in the fifth minute, and then with a man down held on almost until the end: Aluminij got a point in the 88th minute of the match
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The opening match is played in Kidričevo 16. Circle The national championship, which is also the last one before the national break, during which Slovenia will try to qualify for the Euro 2024. Aluminij welcomed Bravo and came away with a point. The Ljubljana team took the lead in the fifth minute, when Nemanja Jakšić scored, and then in the 35th minute, when Nemanja Jakšić scored. In the first minute, they were without young Matic Ivanšek, who was sent off for two yellow cards within a few minutes of each other. Despite this, Bravo defended its advantage well, but still lost in the end. Aluminij scored in the 88th minute. in the first minute, when Tin Matić scored.
The spectators in Kidričevo didn’t have to wait long for the first goal. Bravo earned a corner from the right side in the fifth minute, and the ball was sent towards the second post by none other than the league’s first assistant Matija Kavčič. Former Kidriani player Nemanja Jakšić was the most skilful in front of Aluminija’s goal, fooling teenager Jan Petek with a header. Kavcic recorded his ninth assist of the season!
V 35. In the first minute, the visitors from Ljubljana were down a man after referee Aleksandar Matković deemed that young Matic Ivanšek tried to force a foul by simulation in an attacking action. Given that the teenager already had a yellow card in his stats, the second yellow card led to a sending off. But the question arises whether such a severe punishment was really appropriate at the time…
Despite a player down, Bravo would have got another win in what has been a truly great season for him. Ales Arnol’ s squad held on with one less until the end, 88 to be precise. minutes, when, after a crowded penalty area, Brava’s Tin Matić found a way to beat Matija Orbanić. The latter even showed some defence in the chaos in front of goal, but his teammates were unable to clear the ball to safety. Tin Matić hit it well enough to checkmate Orbanić on his second attempt.
Just before the end of the match, Aluminij had another “death chance”, but one of the home players was unable to head the ball into the net from a few metres after a cross from the side. At that moment, it was probably even harder to miss than to hit… It ended 1:1, Bravo had their second consecutive away draw and Aluminij drew for the first time since the end of July.
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