HAJDUK and Slaven Belupo went out 2:2 in the remaining matches of the 21st round of the first HNL. Hajduk scored a goal from Umut Nayir in the 96th minute, and Marko Livaja provided good assistance.
Slaven led 2:1 after turning over with the masterpiece of 38-year-old Ivan Krstanović, and one player played for more than 41 minutes. Facts have proved that scoring only 3 points in Porjud is not enough.
This is how Slaven Belupo coach Tomislav Stipić saw the game.
“From our perspective, I think this game is perfect. Technically speaking, we are full of courage and patience, especially when Haji Duke has fewer players left. I can be proud of the players. We are sorry, but we are very happy together. There are no surprises in football. That is what I learned through 15 years of experience. I need to look at Hajduk’s second goal. Their players are in the living wall. I I think the rule is that he must be 1 meter away. The imbalance in the game is obviously a match between the referees. Because we have to change people, they did not give us a discussion. I don’t know why VAR is not accepted to check Hajduk’s first position. Two goals”