SLAVEN BELUPO and Osijek participated in the 28th round of the first HNL competition.
Osijek Nenad Bjelica won three consecutive championships and became the most popular player. Two of the victories were duels against Šibenik and Istria in 1961. In addition, Osijek has not conceded a goal in the last three games and has been competing with Dynamo for the championship.
In the next round, Osijek will face Hajduk and then Dinamo will arrive at Grazsky vrt.
The host joined Hajduk (2:2) for the remainder of the 21st round on the fourth day after the tie. In Poljud, Tomislav Stipić’s team led 2:1 until the end of the game and had more players, but in the end they had to stabilize.
Since January 29, Slaaven Belupo has not been aware of HNL’s victory and the match against Varaždin, so he has been persistent.
The game was recommended by Dario Kulušić of Sibenik.
90′ The referee compensation will be played for another four minutes.
84′ Osijek now has two corner kicks, but today Slavin’s defense defended the midfield interference well.
82′ Osijek also threatened. Bočkaj’s shot was also close to the goal. After that, Bjelica immediately took out Bočkaj and introduced Jurčević.
79′ Good opportunity for Slaven. Kestanovic tried to header and the ball was close to the goal.
74′ This is the first change of the Slavs. The shooter and assistant Noel leave and Iličić enters.
71’GOOOAAAL! Osijek has 2:2. The scorer is Klein Heisler. He crossed the left side of Slaven’s defense and scored with his right foot.
69′ A great opportunity for slaves! Kestanovic knocked down Knoll again with his chest this time, but the German did not shoot the best ball, and Ivusic defended it.
62′ Triple changes near Osijek. Lončar, Santini and Vuković leave, and Erceg, Jugović and Bohar enter. Boha threatened immediately after entering, but hit outside the net.
60′ Another yellow card from Slaven. Franjo Prce fouled Zaper (foul) and won the game.