Rudar play three games in the Eon NextGen Youth League in a week and win seven points: the Hot Knaps beat Tabor
Rudar from Velenje, a newcomer in the Eon NextGen youth league, has had a dream September. In the month that is coming to an end, the young knaps played four matches, winning three times and drawing the always difficult away game in Koper. Rudar started September with a resounding away win at Olimpija followed by a home win over Krka, then a showdown in Koper, and on Friday, Tabor fell at the Ob Jezeru stadium. It should be added that Rudar played their last three games within nine days of each other!
In front of about 150 spectators, it ended 1:0 for Rudar, with Elmir Avdić being the hero once again, hitting the net in the 32nd minute. It was the sixth goal of the season for the promising Rudar player, the only two more in the Eon NextGen league were scored by Jaka Domjan from Mura and Marcos Tavares from Maribor.
Rudar, which has 13 points after nine games (most clubs have played 10), is currently 10th in the Eon NextGen league standings. place. This time it was Brecl Ojsteršek, Šehović, Nahtigal, Štitić, Sulejmanović, Abbas, Galić Bosnić, Majhen, Avdić, Cugmas and Mijošek, who started the match, who won for Dragan Rajković’ s team (he is the leader on paper, but the reins are held by former national team player Zoran Pavlović), while Kos, Marsel, Mežnar and Skornšek came off the bench.
The Primorje team, who also played in the second youth league last season, started the match in the mining town with Žerak, Rupnik, Malkoč, Vrabec, Pavlović, Vuleta, Zafirmamy, Kompare, Jusufspahić, Blagojević, Starc and Morelj.
Draw in Ljubljana and Lendava
Let’s add that on Friday in the Eon NextGen league, the matches Bravo – Olimpija and Nafta – Koper were also played, both ended in a draw. Ljubljana 0:0, Lendava 1:1. Koper took the lead with a goal from Adrian Rizvić in the 88th minute. The joy was short-lived, May Plej equalised in 90th minute to share the points.
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