Olimpija breaks the dream streak of the leader in the Eon NextGen Youth League: NK Brinje Grosuplje suffer first defeat after five consecutive wins
Source of photo: NK Olimpija Ljubljana
26, 25, 25, 25, 25, 23 – the crowd at the top of the Eon NextGen Youth League leaderboard could hardly be bigger. To spice things up further Olimpija, who on Sunday in the Jama in Bežigrad competed with NK Brinje Grosuplje. The Dolenjci have been demolishing everyone in front of them lately, with five wins in a row, but this time their dream run was over.
Olimpija inflicted their first defeat in the Eon NextGen Youth League in over a month. NK Brinje Grosuplje’s last loss came on 15 September away to Krka from Novo mesto.
Sunday’s match at Eon NextGen was quite even, with Olimpija celebrating a 1:0 victory. The only goal was scored by Edmond Imeraj in the 73rd minute. The 17-year-old from Ljubljana hit the net from a free kick.
Despite the defeat, Grosuplje continues to lead the standings, but has only a point advantage over Maribor (the Violistas played a game less), Mura and Olimpija. Koper is also close behind in fourth place, three points behind the leading club.
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