Saša Balić's strike gives Sarajevo another win
18.09.2016 at 20:32h
Sarajevo Football Club won against Olimpic on last fixture of the 9th round of Bosnia and Herzegovina Premier League. It was Saša Balić's strike that made a difference.
Defender Saša Balić put the Sarajevo team up 1:0 with an early first minute goal. It was a dream start for Mehmed Janjoš's team. Rustemović delivered free kick, Crnkić passed the ball and Balić guide the ball into the net. Few minutes later Marko Ćetković tried his luck and forced Dujković into a save. On 23rd minute great chance for Ahmetović after Hebibović's cross, but his header passes by right post. Twenty minutes later yet another opportunity for Ahmetović but Dujković saves again.
Ćetković tried again from distance on 52nd minute of the match just next to left post. Hosts tried on 57th minute through Mile Pehar's shot but Pavlović was ready and made an amazing save. Just few seconds later Sarajevo had an opportunity. Crnkić released a low pass to Hebibović who drives a shot just over the crossbar. Saarjevo continued to search for a second goal. Anđušić tried his luck from distance, while Ahmetović didn't manage to kick the ball after Ivetić's cross.
It was a great match for Marko Ćetković, although he didn't score a goal. He decided to surprise Dujković on 89th minute with a shot from the edge of the box but his effort came back of the post. It was Crnkić who had an opportunity to give Sarajevo two goals lead but Dujković saved his goal yet again.
Next fixture in Premier League Sarajevo will play away to Široki Brijeg.
FK Sarajevo 1:0 FK Olimpic
Olympic stadium “Asim Ferhatović-Hase”, attendance: 2.000, referee: Adis Mulahasanović (Sarajevo), yellow cards: Radovac, Rustemović, Balić, Crnkić, (FK Sarajevo), Milović (FK Olimpic), goals: 1’ Balić (FK Sarajevo).
FK Sarajevo: Pavlović, Hodžić, Ivetić, Novaković, Balić, Radovac (from 63. minute Mihojević), Rustemović, Ćetković (from 90. minute Herić), Crnkić, Hebibović (from 70. minute Anđušić), Ahmetović.
FK Olimpic: Dujković, Milović, Regoje, Isić, Rastoka, Vrdoljak (from 77. minute Osmanović), Zolj, Karić, Kobiljar, Pehar (from 66. minute Mahović), Lelić.