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Prva Liga 2009/10
Match Report - Round 3

Sunday, 16 August 2009 - 16:00
Makedonija GjP Vardar

Makedonija GjP

Vardar


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0


Starting Lineup
Substitutions
29' ausgewechselt Klechkarovski, Nikolche (Forward)
eingewechselt Nastevski, Ivan (Midfielder)
67' ausgewechselt Gligorovski, Ivica (Forward)
eingewechselt Gjurgjevikj, Fahrudin (Midfielder)
73' ausgewechselt Lena, Nijaz (Midfielder)
eingewechselt Brnjarchevski, Toni (Midfielder)
36' ausgewechselt Ristov, Zlatko (Defender)
eingewechselt Ristovski, Stefan (Midfielder)
46' ausgewechselt Milosavljević, Vladan (Midfielder)
eingewechselt Tripunovski, Nikola (Midfielder)
68' ausgewechselt Peev, Oliver (Midfielder)
eingewechselt Jakovlevski, Dragan (Midfielder)

Events

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  • Ivica Gligorovski 20' - (pen)
  • Ivica Gligorovski 23' - (pen)
  • Nikolche Klechkarovski 26'
  • Own Goal 40' - (Krstevski)
  • Ivica Gligorovski 64'

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    • Daniel Jovanovski
    • Georges Ambourouet
    • Blagoja Milevski
    • Zlatko Ristov
    • Marjan Belchev
    • Oliver Peev
    • Muzafer Ejupi

    Summary

    A real disaster for FK Vardar the most famous and the club with most won trophies, away to Makedonija in Gjorce Petrov. The home side was not so dominant as the result says, but the disaster for Vardar happened because of the big mistakes by their players.

    Vardar started threatening first as Kostencovski broke out alone in the box in the 6th minute, but the goalkeeper Pustinjakovic saved. And then the disaster started. In the 18th minute Ristov tackled Ivanovski in the box and the referee awarded Makedonija a penalty kick. Ivica Gligorovski took the penalty and scored.
    Only two minutes later, the same situation repeated on the other side of Vardar's box and the referee again whistled for a penalty kick after Belcev tackled Kleckarovski. Gligorovski again took the kick and scored for 2:0.
    In the 26th minute, Ambourouet sent a long ball towards the box where Nikolce Kleckarovski headed it over the goalkeeper Madzovski and scored for 3:0.
    Five minutes before the end of the first half, Ivanovski got in the box and Vardar's defender Aleksandar Krstevski tried to kick the ball out of his feet, but it went in the goal for 4:0 on the half time.

    The second half started same as the first, with a big chance for Vardar, but this time Ejupi failed to score as Pustinjakovic saved his shot.
    Last year's best scored Ivica Gligorovski is again aiming for that title and he confirmed this in the 64th minute when he scored his hattrick. After one mistake by the defense, Gligorovski came out alone, dribbled the goalkeeper and set the final score.