Celje still without a coach, but this time the young Counts finally got a chance: at Olimp, it’s all about the home team, Ilirija fall 0:4
Friday is the day for the Eon NextGen Youth League in Slovenian football. It was also interesting in the capital city, where the Celje hosted Ilirija. Celjani have been without a coach for some time now, after Simon Sešlar left the team. But this time it was not too big an obstacle for Celje. Although there was no coach, at least in the official minutes, the hosts won, and by a significant margin. The Ljubljana team returned home defeated, and it ended 4:0 to the home team.
It is interesting to note that the first half ended goalless, while in the second half Celjani scored four goals in just 21 minutes. The first goal was scored in 67th mitue, when Tian Kujović scored. The last one was scored in 88th by Ivana Čančar and Lucas Mačak, who is also a regular member of the national team, scored twice in between.
The home team started the game with Kolar, Ilinčić, Justinek, Klašnja, Kerezović, Kujović, Turinek, Džumhur, Kahvedžić, Mačak, Jevšenak, followed by Perković, Karapanja, Čančar, Bulajić, Miklavc. Ilirija, led for the first time this season (at least officially) by Adam Zagorec, played with a starting line-up of Strmec, Kobal, Stojinovic, Pori, Zyberi, Dagarin, Škof, Hace, Bajc, Sojer, Lepoša, while all three players on the bench – Lukežič, Pavlič, Vučko – got a chance.
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