Young defender Srđan Kuzmić scores his first international goal at 19: Slovenian teenager scores for Viborg
Srđan Kuzmić is one of those Slovenian footballers who went abroad in their teens. But his story was a bit different: before he said goodbye to his native country, he also proved his worth in the Telemach First League. With good games at Mura he opened the door to Denmark, where he plays for Viborg. He has played six games for the club so far and scored his first international goal on Sunday.
Viborg played AGF at home and beat them 2-1. The winner was decided in 72nd minute, Isak Jensen, who scored the first goal, crossed the ball and Srđan Kuzmić scored. The latter played at right-back and scored a goal in the reputation of born goal scorers. He ran towards the goal, shook off the opponent on his back and finally hit the AGF net with a precise shot.
Let’s add that the other two Slovenians did not play for Viborg this time. Anel Zulić sat on the reserve bench and Žan Zaletel was not in the squad of the current eighth-placed team in the Danish championship.
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