The Eon NextGen League has a new leader: NK Brinje Grosuplje juniors are in great form, this time they were defeated by Radomlje on the road
After Mura lost 1:2 away in Ljubljana, we have a new leader in the Eon NextGen league. The juniors jumped to first place NK Brinje Grosuplje , who played three games in six days and won all three. When you’re fit, you’re fit, and then the rhythm can be as hard as it is, but it won’t be too much of a problem… The Dolenjska team was away to Radomlje and beat them 3:2.
In front of around 70 spectators, NK Brinje Grosuplje took the lead in the first minute when Aleks Ristić scored. Ten minutes later Filip Andjelić equalised, and in 68. the visitors were happy again. Aljaž Zalaznik increased the lead to 2:1 for NK Brinje Grosuplje, but when he scored in 83rd minute , Vid Beljkaš equalised again and it looked like the game would end in a draw. But it didn’t.
The visitors clinched the victory deep into stoppage time. V 93. Clint Anthony Francis, a 19-year-old winger from the United States, came on the scene in the first minute and recovered the ball behind the back of home goalkeeper Tilno Gašper Štiftar, and with his second goal in Slovenia, the Blue and Yellows jumped to first place in the Eon NextGen league standings.
Radomlje started the game with Štiftar, Brvar, Andjelić, Bačić, Štorman, Janušić, Davidović, Malenšek, Purkart, Šćira, Bijelonja, Jelić, Mavra, Beljkaš, Beljkaš and Žganec. Trobec, Tomšič, Lazarević, Zalaznik, Islamagić, Ristić, Zrnec, Močnik, Miklič, Strnad and Stojaković, who started the game, and Francis, Vitamvas, Piškur, Jurić and Ježovita, who came off the bench, led the visitors to their seventh win. NK Brinje Grosuplje is, as mentioned, the new leader of the Eon NextGen league, Radomlje is in sixth place.
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