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Prva Liga 2009/10
Match Report - Round 3

Sunday, 16 August 2009 - 16:00
Pelister Milano

Pelister

Milano


3


1


Attendance: 1.000


Starting Lineup
Substitutions
20' ausgewechselt Ganchev, Goran (Defender)
eingewechselt Mirović, Goran (Midfielder)
56' ausgewechselt Spirovski, Stefan (Midfielder)
eingewechselt Bradonjić, Nemanja (Midfielder)
68' ausgewechselt Altiparmakovski, Marjan (Forward)
eingewechselt Klechkaroski, Igor (Forward)
46' ausgewechselt Aziri, Avni (Midfielder)
eingewechselt Sekovski, Jovan (Midfielder)
62' ausgewechselt Lazarev, Ivica (Forward)
eingewechselt Sulimani, Fidan (Midfielder)
74' ausgewechselt Puzović, Ivan (Defender)
eingewechselt Fejzi, Maliki (Goalkeeper)

Events

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  • Dragan Dimitrovski 40'
  • Sashko Lazarevski 46'
  • Sashko Lazarevski 69'
  • Armend Alimi 6'

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  • Toni Veljanoski
  • Zoran Markovski
  • Dragan Trajkovski
  • Ivica Lazarev

Summary

Pelister's fans could really be satisfied with this season's start. 7 points out of possible 9, noting the first home win against Milano. The match started bad for Pelister as Cecelia sent a through ball for Alimi, the only bright spot in Milano's team, and Alimi did not find it hard to beat Pelister's keeper and took Milano into a 0-1 lead. But, that was pretty much everything Milano showed on this match. Before and from that 6th minute goal, it was all about Pelister. Altiparmakovski Marjan squandered several opportunities during the match starting from the 5th minute. Dragan Dimitrovski sent a header that has beaten Markovski, but not the post, too, in the middle of the first half. Right when everyone was thinking that Pelister will go on half-time trailing 0-1, Dimitrovski managed to equalize the result. Altiparmakovski had the opportunity even to get Pelister into a 2-1 lead, but his shot from the 5 meters box was blocked by Markovski.

In the second half, Pelister started with attacking from the 1st minute and Dimitrovski crossed from the right side, Altiparmakovski missed the ball, but Lazarevski did not and the score was 2-1 for Pelister. The hosts did not stopped there and continued with attacking. It was Lazarevski once again with a fabulous 20 meters shot with no elevation that set the final scoreline 3-1. Milano couldn't do much and only Armend Alimi's efforts were not enough to create serious danger to Pelister's 3-1 lead. The victory could have been even higher as Pelister's players did missed several chances, such as Mirović's volley shot in the injury time which ended high above the goal.

After this match Pelister will be without Mile Petkovski, who has chosen to continue his career in Metalurg Skopje. Another thing worth noting is Pelister's fans group 'Ckembari' which have loudly showed their dissatisfaction of the current management work, despite Pelister is on the top of the table after the first 3 rounds. Apparently the players are not payed yet and that was one of the reasons that got Petkovski moving to Metalurg.