The Red Star resists the pressure of the Partizán

first_imgThe goals of Aleksandar Scekic and Bojan Matic led the victory for the team of Savo Milosevic, who took the three points despite the final reaction of his rival, who closed the gap through Milos Stojcev.Dejan Stankovic’s Red Star reacted with authority and beat Napredak Krusevac 3-0. The Portuguese Tomane and, in the second part, Zeljko Gavric and Montenegrin Mirko Ivanic signed the triumph of the Belgrade team, which could achieve a broader victory, since Radovan Pankov missed a penalty.The Red Star maintains the eleven points advantage over Partizan, second, and fourteen over Vojvodina, third, who did not pass the draw against Sporting Subotica. EFE The Red Star responded to pressure from Partizán, with which they bid for the leadership of the Serbian League, with a clear victory against Napredak 3-0 on the twentieth day of the competition, which maintains normality despite the coronavirus crisis that haunts Europe.The Balkan tournament is one of the few that maintains normality and the forecasts of its calendar in the Old Continent.Partizán started the session with a 1-2 win at Vozdovac, who conceded their sixth loss in a row and left the top eight places in the table that entitle them to play for the title.last_img

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