Members of FK Vojvodina on a loan had a very successful weekend, since the victories were celebrated by Rad, Kabel and Mladost GAT, while Inđija and Al-Diwaniya recorded draws.
Mihajlo Nešković and Đorđe Pantelić participated in the draw of Inđija against Metalac in Gornji Milanovac, Lazar Stoisavljević celebrated the victory of Rad over Zlatibor, while Kabel defeated Zemun with Jeličić and Bogdanović, but without Mirić and Puškić.
Mladost GAT recorded a new victory, this time over the team from Vrsac, and Stefan Dražić left his net intact again.
Inđija: Mihajlo Nešković and Đorđe Pantelić
Inđija drew away with Metalac with the result 0-0. Mihajlo Nešković played 90 minutes for the away team, while Đorđe Pantelić entered the game in the 76th minute. With this draw, Inđija made the path to survival significantly more difficult, as it occupies the 17th position on the table with 34 points won.
Rad: Lazar Stoisavljević
Rad registered a new great triumph, as they beat Zlatibor 2-1 away and thus made perhaps a key step towards survival. In the Rad team, Lazar Stoisavljević entered the game in extra time instead of Andrija Kaluđerović. The scorers for Rad were Aleksandar Trninić and Marko Šarić.
Rad escaped the relegation zone with three tied victories and now occupies the 12th position with 39 points.
Kabel: Nikola Mirić, Ranko Puškić, Vukašin Bogdanović, Igor Jeličić
Kabel defeated Zemun at home with the result 1-0 in the 28th round of the First League of Serbia. The only scorer for Kabel was Milan Srbijanac in the 78th minute.
Of the four of Voša’s players on loan, on the pitch was Igor Jeličić in the first half, while Vukašin Bogdanović entered the game in the 77th minute. Nikola Mirić and Ranko Puškić did not make an appearance again.
With these three points, Kabel kept the second place on the table with 55 points won.
Mladost GAT: Stefan Dražić
Mladost continued to dominate the Serbian League of Vojvodina, as they beat Vršac at home in the derby of the 29th round with the result 2-0. Voša’s goalkeeper on loan in Mladost, Stefan Dražić, was again among the goalposts and again managed to save his net.
After 29 rounds played, Mladost leads the table with 70 points, 12 more than the second-placed Radnički.
Al-Diwaniya: Bogdan Mladenović
Al-Diwaniya, for which plays Bogdan Mladenović, recorded a new, 14th draw in the Iraqi Super League, as they played 1-1 with Al-Hudod at home. Mladenović was part of Al-Diwaniya’s team, which is now 14th on the table, but in a league of 20 teams it is far from the relegation zone.