MNZ Murska Sobota organised five Pivovarna Union Cup matches: Beltinci easily, Ljutomer score eight goals
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In the eastern part of the country, matches were played this afternoon 2. Circle of Pivovarna UnionCup, the last ones under the auspices of the MNZ Murska Sobota. Among others, Mura played progressed without any problems.
In ŠRC Gančani we had the opportunity to watch a match with seven goals between the teams of Gančani and Veržej, both of which play in the Pomurje Football League. Guests were told that in 23. Rok Šinko scored in the first minute. Veržej led until the end of the half, when Aljaž Mikič equalised, but then the home team pressed on the accelerator, scored four goals and won 5:2.
Radenska Slatina, who also play in the Pomurje Football League, hosted the second league team from Beltinci. Surprisingly, the score stayed at the opening score after the first half, but Beltinci proved their superiority on paper in the second half and won 5:0. Luka Pihler took the lead after one hour of play, and Robert Čakš increased the advantage just two minutes later. In 69th minute Henrik Nerguti also scored. Eight minutes before the end of regulation time, Luka Sočič scored for the visitors, and Radenska Slatina put the firecracker in the net in the 87th minute. Robert Čakš confirmed the score with his second goal of the match. Leading team 2. SNL will be back on action on Saturday, when they host Gorica in the derby of the round.
Čarda and Grad played in Martjanci, the home team won 1:0, the only goal scored by Darko Atanasov. Rakičan hosted the Ljutomer team, which this season plays in the 3.SNL-East, and prepared a real golijada. It started after only 30 minutes of play, when Nino Bertalanič put the visitors in front, and before the end of the first half Mario Skuhala increased the visitors’ lead to 2:0.
Five minutes into the second half, Karli Šalamun made the visitors happy again. In 57th minute Luka Nemec was accurate, but Ljutomer kept attacking and attacking. Rakičan’s net firecracked in 63rd Mario Skuhala scored. The 31-year-old scored a hat-trick with 20 minutes left in regulation. In 82nd Tilen Ketiš also scored and Andy Fras was also accurate four minutes before the end of regulation to make the final score 0:8.
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