Members of FK Vojvodina had a half-effect on loans last weekend, as Lazar Stoisavljević and Stefan Dražić celebrated, Inđija suffered a convincing defeat by Red Star, and Kabel drew in Loznica.

Rad recorded the fourth triumph in a row, and in the second half played Lazar Stoisavljević. Mihajlo Nešković and Đorđe Pantelić played in the defeat of Inđija by Red Star, while only Igor Jeličić from Voša’s players made an appearance for Kabel.

Mladost GAT took another step towards the First League of Serbia with a new victory, while Bogdan Mladenović did not play for Al-Diwaniya (Iraq), since the championship there continues this week.

Inđija: Mihajlo Nešković and Đorđe Pantelić

Inđija suffered a convincing defeat at its stadium by Red Star with the result 1-5 in the 33rd round of the Serbian Super League. Mihajlo Nešković played 90 minutes for Inđija again, while Đorđe Pantelić entered the game in the 68th minute.

By the way, the only goal for Inđija was scored by Nebojša Bastajić from the penalty, which was won by Mihajlo Nešković. With this defeat, Inđija made a step towards relegation to the First League of Serbia, as it is seven points behind Voždovac, which is first above the line.

Rad: Lazar Stoisavljević

Rad recorded its fourth triumph in a row, this time over Bačka at home with the result 3-0. Lazar Stoisavljević played the second half, as he replaced Trninić in the 46th minute. The scorers for Rad were Kaluđerović, Sarić and Damjanović. With these three points, Rad jumped to the 11th position on the table with 42 points.

Kabel: Nikola Mirić, Ranko Puškić, Vukašin Bogdanović, Igor Jeličić

Kabel played a goalless draw away in Loznica. Out of four of Voša’s players, only Igor Jeličić played again, while Mirić, Puškić and Bogdanović didn’t performed. With this draw, Kabel remained on the second position on the table of the First League of Serbia with 56 points, three less than Radnički and two more than Kolubara.

Mladost GAT: Stefan Dražić

Mladost players continued to dominate the Serbian League of Vojvodina, as they beat Bačka 1901 away in the 30th round with the result 2-0. Goalkeeper Stefan Dražić was again in the squad of Mladost, which kept the advantage of 12 points in relation to the second-placed Radnički 1912.