Talented Mateo Aćimović needed only 10 minutes to make his Eon NextGen debut: A brilliant pass for Janković’s goal
On Friday, the two teams competed in the Eon NextGen Youth League at the Spodnji Šiška stadium Olimpija and Mura clashed. Mura took the lead but still lost. It ended 2:1 for Olimpija, who also have a debutant on the youth stage to thank for the turnaround and the three points. Mateo Aćimović has been drawing attention to himself for some time now, standing out in the Cadet League with his undeniable talent, and he proved that he has a lot of it in the company of the seniors.
Mateo Aćimović debuted in the youth league at the age of 16 (his birthday was the day before his debut). He started the match with Prekmurje on the bench, after which the home coach Boštjan Miklič sent him on in the 63rd. In the final minute, the score was still 1:0 in favour of Mura. Just 10 minutes later, Olimpija equalised when Vall Janković scored. He handed … Mateo Aćimović!
The son of the legendary Milenko Aćimović, who also played a few games for Spodnja Šiška in his younger days, played 73. In the first minute, from a free kick from the right side, he masterfully crossed in front of the goal, where the Mayor’s grandson just headed and denied Jan Lampret. Vall Jankovic celebrated his first goal in the Eon NextGen League and Acimovic his first assist. Janković needed 25 matches to win it, Aćimović managed it in the first one.
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