Lan Hribar, Bravo’s hero away at Sežana: after three games without a win in the Eon NextGen, the Ljubljana team brought Tabor to its knees this time
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Maribor was home convincingly better against Krka, and on Saturday Tabor hoasted Bravo. The Sežana team went into the match with a good start: they have won four times in five home games this season! They were also ahead of this time’s opponent in the rankings. Nevertheless, it was Bravo who rejoiced, and Lan Hribar was the hero of the visitors from the capital.
The 18-year-old, who also regularly wears the jerseys of the younger Slovenian national team selections, scored both goals in Bravo’s 2-1 win. It was Tabor who took the lead in the third minute, when Brava goalkeeper Luka Dakić was brought down by Mark Vuleta.
Tabor won the first half, but the scales started to tip in Bravo’s favour after an hour of play. Lan Hribar, who has already made his debut in the Brava national team, scored his first goal of the match in the 63rd minute and then scored for three points with 15 minutes to go. Bravo enjoyed their first win after three games without a win, while Tabor – as mentioned – suffered their first home defeat in the new Eon NextGen Youth League season.
Uroš Barut, Tabor’s coach, sent the team of Žerjal, Kalšek, Ražman, Pavlović, Vuleta, Zafirmamy, Kompare, Ukmar, Rupnik, Boagojević, Morelj, with Brajko, Starc and Gorenc also playing against Brav. This time, coach Tomaž Petrović decided to go with Dakić, Jusić, Čenčič, Judež, Kopatin, Pučnik, Raspet, Stojanoski, Hribar, Bajc, Jančič, later Midžan, Drobež and Lulić also got a chance.
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