Mura temporarily returned to the top of the standings in the Eon NextGen League with their fifth consecutive home win. Goals scored in a season
Home court advantage? For the subgroup Mura in the youth Eon NextGen league, this is true this season. On Friday, in the 14th round of the U19 championship, the Black and Whites played Tabor in Radenci, defeated them 3-0 and celebrated their fifth consecutive home win!
In this truly remarkable series, Mura scored 17 goals and conceded only two. In the last four home games, the net has not been hit once. With a new package of three points, the Prekmurje team is back on top of the Eon NextGen Youth League standings at least until Saturday.
The first goal of the match, which was watched by around 50 spectators, was scored in the 17th minute. Nal Lan Koren scored in the first minute to celebrate his first goal after the opening round of the new season. Luka Turudija increased the hosts’ lead just before the end of the first half, and the win was scored in the 50th minute of the second half. was sealed in the first minute by the competition’s top scorer Jaka Domjan. The footballer who, a few days ago spoke to Football Planet scored goal number 13.
Matjaž Kek Jr, Mura’s coach, sent the starting eleven of Lampret, Črnko, Lovrec, Močilec, Domjan, Koren, Nedeljko, Jelovica, Graj, Baš, Turudija, Brdik, Ružič, Sečkar, Anželj and Tomašić from the first minute.
Tabor, who have not won away even once this season (only three points), started the match with Žerak, Kalšek, Vrabec, Pavlović, Zafirmamy, Kompare, Ukmar, Furlan, Jusufspahić, Blagojević, Morelj, coach Uroš Barut later sent Starić, Malkoč, Plavšič Vajdet, Brajk and Gorec into the fire.
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