Koper breathes down the neck of leading Mura in the Eon NextGen Youth League: Primorci celebrate at Bonifika, Radomlje lose for the fourth time in a row
After four wins and a dream start, now four defeats for a much more unpleasant sequel. Radomlje
are in the last match of 2nd round of the Eon NextGen Youth League away to Koper and lost 0:2. Koper scored its fifth win of the season and closed to within two points of the leading team, Mura.
Around 100 spectators at Bonifika saw both goals in the second half. In 52th minute Erik Milošević was the first to beat the visiting goalkeeper Patrik Mesarić, and Kenan Lamadžema, a footballer from Bosnia and Herzegovina who has played five games in the youth league and scored four goals since arriving in Slovenia this summer, scored the winner with eight minutes to go.
The home goalkeeper Tim Štrasberger also proved his worth, defending an 11th-minute penalty in the first half (wasted by Rok Štorman) and otherwise making some good saves.
Koper started the game with Štrasberger, J. Pečjak, G. Pečjak, Šavor, Žavbi, Milošević, Žabkar, Hrvatin, Lamadžema, Šarlah, Rizvić, coach Igor Božič offered Gustini, Slako, Sosič and Bučić a chance. Radomlje’s starting players were Mesarić, Stojanovic, Solaković, Bačić, Štorman, Andjelić, Malenšek, Duraković, Purkart, Šćira, Davidović, Mavra, Janušić, Peranović, Stojnić and Muminović.
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