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Partizan and Vojvodina reach Serbian Cup final

Published: Wednesday 6 April 2011, 19.26CET
FK Partizan survived a second-leg defeat by FK Crvena zvezda to win through to the Serbian Cup final, where they will face a FK Vojvodina side seeking their first win in the competition.
Partizan and Vojvodina reach Serbian Cup final
Partizan fans have a cup final to look forward to ©AFP
Published: Wednesday 6 April 2011, 19.26CET

Partizan and Vojvodina reach Serbian Cup final

FK Partizan survived a second-leg defeat by FK Crvena zvezda to win through to the Serbian Cup final, where they will face a FK Vojvodina side seeking their first win in the competition.

FK Partizan and FK Vojvodina will contest the Serbian Cup final on 11 May in Belgrade after progressing from their semi-final second legs.

Partizan were beaten 1-0 by FK Crvena zvezda – Andrija Kaludjerović scoring the only goal in the 72nd minute – so were reliant on their 2-0 first-leg win to see off their great rivals.

Vojvodina won their first leg 2-1 away to FK Sloboda Sevojno on 16 March and followed it up with a 1-0 home success today, Aleksandar Katai's seventh-minute strike completing their aggregate triumph.

Vojvodina have lost their four previous cup finals, including last season's showpiece, while Partizan have lifted the trophy 11 times.

Last updated: 06/04/11 19.45CET

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