Olimpija was already in a losing position away, but then… Talented Mateo Aćimović ‘stole’ victory from Mura with two goals
The first league match will kick off at 17.30 in Stožice
, and the Ljubljana and Prekmurje teams also played each other twice in the U15 and U17 leagues on Sunday. Both matches were hosted by Mura, and it was tense in Radenci, where especially the cadet match was really exciting.
Mura were already 2:0 up at the Slatina Sports Centre; the first goal of the match came in the 4th half. Jonathan Tobias Rec scored in the 35th minute and the Black and Whites took the lead in the 35th minute. Val Bislimaj scored to make it 2:0. Olimpija seemed beaten, but then one of the most promising young Slovenian footballers entered the scene. Mateo Aćimović needed just eight minutes to turn the game around. He halved Mura’s lead in 44. in the 52nd minute, and then scored for Olimpija in the 52nd minute. in the first minute, when he successfully converted an 11th-minute penalty.
Mateo Aćimović, the son of the legendary Milenko Aćimović, has already scored nine goals this season, which is one of the reasons why Olimpija is second in the league standings. Mura is ninth.
In the older boys’ competition, Mura, playing without their top scorer Miha Matjašek (this time he played for the cadets), were left without a goal and without points. The Dragons won 1:0, after the only goal of the match was scored in the 52nd minute. Tarik Muslija scores in the first minute. Mura finished the game down by one after 73. Blaž Kovač is sent off for two yellow cards.
Despite the defeat, Mura remain fourth in the U15 national championship standings, while the Ljubljana team, despite the win, are still in a lowly eighth place.
This text was automatically translated using AI.