How did they play in the Faroe Islands: Olimpija defeated by Klaksvik, Rui Pedro still has the second highest score of the game
Source of photo: NK Olimpija Ljubljana
Bad, worse, Olimpija. Zmaji are toast in the Faroe Islands, it would be hard to be more so. Many talk of shame, but perhaps the word ” realistic” is more appropriate. Klaksvik has not lost on home soil in Europe this season. How can it be a shame to lose to someone that even Lille hasn’t beaten? No, shame is probably too harsh a word, no matter what; first and foremost because of a rival who has only confirmed what he has already proved many times. That it is really good quality. What about the fiasco? The sinking? A bitter disappointment? Absolutely spot on.
To be perfectly honest, no one from Ljubljana deserved a positive review for their performance. But every eye has its idol, and statistics are a story in themselves anyway. And it was the statistics that revealed that, no matter what, Olimpija had a player in its ranks who was even the second best on the pitch. Among all of them!
Web portal SofaScore has rated Olimpija’s players once again, with the majority of the players in Torshavn showing too low a score for a good rating. But not Rui Pedro. The Portuguese player even got a score of 7.6 for his performance against the Dragons! Only home ace Arni Frederiksberg got a higher score, with two assists.
Jorge Silva (7.1), a reserve, also made it through the “7”, while all the others were rated lower. But still, not as bad as the result would lead one to expect. This shows that Olimpija didn’t really play a disgraceful game from the point of view of statistics, but they failed where statistics have no influence…
Stožice captain Timi Max Elšnik returned to the court with a 6.9 rating, followed by Admir Bristrić (6.7), Diogo Pinto (6.7), Saar Fadida (6.7), Ahmet Muhamedbegović (6.6), Marko Brest (6.6), Agustin Doffo (6,5), Aljaž Krefl (6,5), Nemanja Motika (6,5), Justas Lasickas (6,4), Redi Kasa (6,4), Mustafa Nukić (6,2), Denis Pintol (6,1) and Marcel Ratnik (6,1).
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