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Osijek opened a new scene and a new stadium – Opus Arena

OSIJEKSLAVEN BELUPO 6:1 (Mierez 4′, Caktaš 18′, Fućak 36′, Nejašmić 63′, Bukvić 71′, Lovrić 83′ / Crnac 29′)
OSIJEK: Malenica – Gržan, Evangelou, Barišić (Mrktčjan 77′), Drambajev – Jugović (Nejašmić 60′), Pušić (Brlek 60′) – Fućak (Bukvić 60′), Caktaš (Fiolić 77′), Lovrić – Mierez
SLAVEN BELUPO: Sušak – Boras, Račić, Međimorec (Cascini 27′) – Bosec, Mioč, Agbekpornu (Menaj 27′), Martinaga – Crnac, Oritz (Kajmakov 60′), Hoxha (Šakota 90’+2′)
REFEREES: Jakov Titlić (head referee), Anto Marić (first assistant referee), Vice Vidović (second assistant referee), Damir Bogdanović (delegate), Bruno Marić (referee coordinator), Ivan Bebek (VAR), Luka Pajić (AVAR)

Osijek and Slaven Belupo opened the Opus Arena, where over 9,000 people gathered, and the players from Koprivnica had the first shot at the new stadium. However, in the fourth minute, Osijek took the lead, and the first scorer in the new arena was Ramon Mierez.

The hosts could not even imagine that they would open a new stadium in this way. This is undoubtedly the best story of the first round of the Croatian league. With a 6:1 victory, Osijek’s players gained confidence before the European match against Hungarian ZTE.

Opus Arena looks fantastic. The experience is majestic. The game was phenomenal. This environment can bring progress to the Osijek team. Osijek dominated and was better, although Slaven Belupo had some opportunities until they conceded the fourth, fifth, and sixth goals. Good luck to Osijek against ZTE.

Earlier today, Rijeka beat Rudeš 4:0 at Rujevica.

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