Luka Guček’s highest win since earning his living in Ukraine: Chornomorets win 5-1 away to jump to second place in the standings
Many raised their eyebrows at the beginning of this year when Luka Guček decided to move to the troubled Ukraine, but half a year later, the 24-year-old defender from Slovenia doesn’t regret finding his new home in Odessa. Everything is going as planned for him in Ukraine: he is playing regularly, playing well and achieving great results with his club this season.
Chornomorets is the most pleasant surprise of the Ukrainian league in the new season, and few would dare to bet that Luka Guček and his teammates will actually be shuffling stubble at the very top of the standings.
Chornomorets hosted Oleksandriya on Friday and beat them 5-1; Luka Guček, after moving from Radomlje to Odessa, he has never won a higher victory. The Slovenian player played from the first to the last minute and helped his club jump to second place in the Ukrainian league with another good performance. Only the giant Shakhtar has more points.
Jon Sporn, the other Slovenian in Odessa, did not play this time and was not in the line-up. The reason? Forced to sit out for four yellow cards.
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