Simon Rozman wins 150 Sarajevo derby in front of 21,000 spectators: Nermin Bašić without a chance against big rival
The Bosnia and Herzegovina national championship was held on Sunday 150. the capital’s big derby. Sarajevo and Željezničar played at the Koševo Stadium in front of 21 ,000 spectators. You saw the cat and mouse game, Simon Rozman led the hosts to a smooth victory. Sarajevo won 3:0, the net of the club led from the bench by Nermin Bašić, former coach of Radomel and
, Ajdin Hasic, Renan Oliveira and Hamza Čataković scored.
Asmir Suljic and Daniel Avramovski, former members of the
Eldin Julradžija, who started the current season with Domžale, also played 90 minutes, as did Amar Beganović, who left Mura in the summer in exchange for compensation. Slovenian goalkeeper Ajdin Mulalić sat on the substitutes’ bench.
Simon Rozman: “The championship is a marathon”
“We can all be proud to have been part of such a spectacle. The atmosphere was great, I’m very impressed. I’m happy to be part of it, it’s a really big derby. We won 3:0, all credit to my players, you could feel the charge from both sides, we scored on time,” said a modest Simon Rozman after the big win, who has already recorded seven victories in his nine matches as Sarajevo coach. He lost only once.
Sarajevo is currently second in the BiH Championship standings, with Janez Piško ‘s Borac(4 matches) leading the way with five points. “Everyone in the club is giving their best, the energy is good, the fans have recognised it… The championship is a marathon, Borac is five points ahead. I won’t bother with that, we want to work to make them better and better. We want to learn, the players want to learn and that’s how we play. As we go from week to week, I will not talk too much about the future,” added 40-year-old Simon Rozman.
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