Slovenians in the conference league: Nino Žugelj scored but was let down by VAR, Kenan Bajrić picked up the crumbs in defeat in France
Once again , there were a number of Slovenians on stage in the group stage of the conference league, with matches of 3rd round which also saw a heavy defeat Olimpija away to the Faroe Islands.
Žan Celar after a dream comeback against Beşiktaş this time at home with his Lugano to welcome the leading team in Group D Club Brugge. The Slovenian international started the match at the top of the Swiss attack, but failed to make a name for himself in the first half. The only goal of the first half was scored by the visitors, after a header following a cross from Philip Zinckernagel accurate Eder Balanta.
The visitors have the advantage via Andreas Skov Olsen after just five minutes of play in the second half. Fifteen minutes before the end of regulation time, the home team got some hope with a goal Shkelqima Vladija, which reduced the Belgians’ advantage. V 80. Lugano even had a chance for a major penalty, but the head referee Ovidiu Hategan after watching the video, he did not opt for it. The final score was 1:3, set by a header from Hans Vanaken.
Slovan Bratislava, playing in the same group as Olimpija and with Kenan Bajrić defending their colours , had what was probably the toughest away game of the group stage in France atLille.. The Slovaks unexpectedly took the lead through Aleksandar Čavrić v 25. minutes and went into the break with the advantage.
The home team equalised in 68. a minute over Yusuf Yaziqiya, and Yazici put them in front with eight minutes left in regulation to win the game. Remy Cabella. Lucas Lovat hit the final nail in his team’s coffin with a red card. Kenan Bajrić left the game in 90. minute, and before the end of the game, a chance was given to the visitors by a former member of Maribor Marko Tolić.
Ester Sokler sits on the reserve bench
Ester Sokler’s Abeerden squandered a win against leaders and unbeaten PAOK in the last 20 minutes on home turf . The home team took the lead with two goals Bojan Miovský and Dante Polvara. The visitor’s turnaround was then orchestrated by Kiril Despodov, Vieirinha and Stefan Schwab who was successful in implementing 11th minute. Former member of Radomelj did not get the chance to play.
In Norway, Nino Žugelj with Bodo/Glimt was one of the legionnaires who can boast a victory. The home team took the lead in 29. In the 58th minute, Albert Gronbaek converted a rebound into a goal. In the final minute, he added an assist for Faris Moumbagne’s goal. Moments later, Nino Žugelj came on and it didn’t take long for him to beautifully outrun the opposition defenders and beat Mert Gunok with a brilliant lob, but Nenad Minaković overturned the goal after watching the video. Ulrik Saltnes scored with three minutes left in regulation to seal the victory. The final result was set by an own goal by Brede Moe of the home team.
Two more Slovenes competed in Trnava, but unfortunately they had to concede to Nordsjaelland. Miha Kompan Breznik started on the bench, while Adrian Zeljkovic was on the bench. After the home team’s goal in 31. Lucas Boel Hey gave the visitors the lead in the first minute.
Miha Kompan Breznik had a chance right at the start of the second half, but his team scored a second goal a moment later. Both Spartak Slovenes also received a yellow card in the second half.
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