Maribor easily advanced, Jurovski Dol scored nine goals in front of 3,500 spectators at Ljudski vrt
Photo by Žan Pak
Maribor easily leaped over the opening hurdle of the Pivovarna Union Cup. Ljudski vrt hosted the 3500 spectators Jurovski Dol, the quarter-liga team brought an army of more than 300 fans. But Maribor won the game easily, ending with 9:0 for Maribor. Arnel Jakupović scored three goals.
The first time the away net was shaken was after four minutes of play, when a cross from the left by Marko Strajnar was headed into the net by young Marcel Lorber, who was again accurate in the 27th minute. Arnel Jakupović set up a penalty area shot in the first minute. It was Jakupovic who was accurate seven minutes later, when he noticed that the visiting keeper was poorly positioned and took advantage with a precise shot from a considerable distance.
Moments later, Jakupović took advantage of a pass from Hillal Soudani and sent a superb fifth ball towards goal, but the ball was finally headed over the line by the visiting defender Divjak. Marko Kolar scored at the end of the first half after a pass from Strajnar to make it 5:0.
Marin Laušić continued the work of his teammates after the break, as he was left alone in front of an empty net after a pass from Marko Božić, and it is worth mentioning the phenomenal pass from Arnel Jakupović before that. With less than ten minutes left in regulation, Xhuliano Skuka made a nice save on the visiting goalkeeper to score Maribor’s seventh goal of the game. The final result of the match was decided by two goals in 82. and 88. Arnel Jakupović, who first took advantage of a cross from the left and then successfully converted the penalty, was the player of the match in the first minute.
Let’s add that Maribor played with Bergsen, Feta, Mitrović, Uskoković, Strajnar, Vrhovec, Lorber (46′ Antolin), Laušić (64′ Castro), Soudani (46′ Božić), Jakupović, Kolar (64′ Skuka). The line-up was as follows: Lovrenčič (46′ Repa), Divjak (70. A. Satler), Kraner, R. Majer, Brunček (84′ Farazin), Črnčič (46′ Dolinšek), Sagadin, Jager, Hager (70′ Sulcer), D. Satler, Belna.
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