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Dobovec tied with Makarska after Vedran Matošević’s goal

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On Saturday with the Polish representative

In the second match of the elite part of the Champions League in indoor soccer at the Group B tournament in Majorca, Dobovec played to a 1:1 draw with the Croatian representative Makarska.



The Croatian team was put in the lead by Marin Sesar in the 17th minute, before Rok Mordej hit the crossbar. In the second half, the Slovenian representatives drew a draw in a rather equal match, after he scored in the 37th minute Vedran Matoševićwhich is his second goal in this tournament.

On Wednesday, Dobovec lost to Mallorca with 2:8, and on Friday they have another match against the Polish team Piast Gliwice.

The winner of the group will qualify for the final tournament.


Tournament in Majorca:DOBOVEC – MAKARSKA 1:1 (0:1) Matošević 37.; Sesar 17.

MALLORCA – PIAST GLIWICE 5:0 (3:0)

Played on Wednesday:DOBOVEC – MALLORCA 2:8 (2:3) Turk 7th, Matošević 9th; Tayebi 7th, Mario Rivillos 9th, Chaguinha 10th, 26th, Mancuso 28th, Oledghobad 34th, Cleber 38th, 40th.

MAKARSKA – PIAST GLIWICE 1:4 (1:2)

Saturday at 17:00: PIAST GLIWICE – DOBOVEC MALLORCA – MAKARSKA

Source: Rtvslo

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