Tabor becomes a real hit in the Eon NextGen Youth League: the reigning champion lays down his arms in Sežana in front of almost 300 spectators
Before the start of the Eon NextGen Youth League, many were convinced that the Taboor would be fighting hard to stay in the elite in its first season back in the league. And who knows what the coming months will bring… But at the moment, Tabor is undoubtedly the hit of the Youth Championship and the biggest positive surprise. On Sunday, the Primorska team celebrated their third victory, which moved them up to eighth place in the Eon NextGen Youth League standings.
Tabor hosted Ilirija in front of almost 300 spectators in Sežana, beating the reigning youth champions 2-1. It was Iliria who took the lead. The Ljubljana team celebrated after just eleven minutes, when Nace Lepoša scored. The home team didn’t give up, though, and came up with a turnaround later in the game, with Mihajlo Pavlović playing the main role.
Mihajlo Pavlović, born in 2005, former football player Ljubljana Interblock who joined Tabor this summer, scored both goals to turn the Primorska club around. He scored his first in 39. minute, the second in 55. In the first minute, it was enough for another important victory for Tabor, who started the match with Žerak, Kalšek, Starc, Vrabec, Pavlović, Zafirmamy, Kompare, Ukmar, Furlan, Blagojević, Morelj. Later, Vuleta, Jusufspahić and Malkoč also played.
Ilirija, who were unable to take advantage of the fact that Tabor had been in the group since 69. The team started the game with Strmec, Stojinović, Pori, Lukežič, Škof, Hace, Bajc, Sojer, Pavlič, Novak, Lepoša. Kobal, Dagarin, Zyberi, Vučko and Puc also got a chance to play later in the season.
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