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Yugoslavia round-up: Six of the best for Djuraskovic

Published: Saturday 1 June 2002, 8.48CET
Zoran Djuraskovic scored all six goals as FK Mladost Lucani beat FK Zvezdara 6-1.

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Published: Saturday 1 June 2002, 8.48CET

Yugoslavia round-up: Six of the best for Djuraskovic

Zoran Djuraskovic scored all six goals as FK Mladost Lucani beat FK Zvezdara 6-1.

Zoran Djuraskovic produced an incredible performance today, scoring all six goals as FK Mladost Lucani beat FK Zvezdara 6-1 in the Prva Savezna liga.

Goals galore
Nemanja Corovic was also on top of his game, hitting a hat-trick as FK Cukaricki defeated FK Mladost Apatin 6-0, while FK Crvena Zvezda were involved in a high-scoring affair, going down 4-2 at FK Zeleznik.

Great fightback
The Yugoslavian Cup winners went ahead through Dejan Milovanovic on 23 minutes, with Dejan Radjenovic equalising on 36 minutes. Dragan Bogavac put Crvena Zvezda in front again early in the second half. Zeleznik, however, were not beaten and finished with a flourish as Bulgarian Mirko Sopov, Aleksandar Stajkovac and Perica Vujacic all scored to complete a memorable victory.

Partizan party
FK Partizan celebrated their championship success with a 2-1 win against FK Obilic. The champions wasted a host of chances before going ahead on 65 minutes through Milan Stojanoski. Bojan Filipovic equalised, however, with a penalty after his free-kick was adjudged to have been deliberately handled by a Partizan defender. As fans gathered around the edge of the pitch to celebrate their team's title triumph, Damir Cakar rounded off a perfect day with a winning goal.

Score draw
In the day's final games, FK Zemun and Vojvodina Amateur shared the points in a 2-2 draw, while Brazilian Dejan Osmanovic scored the opening goal for FK Hajduk Kula in a 3-2 win over OFK Beograd.  Four teams also won promotion to the top flight today. FK Radnicki Niš, who were only relegated last season, FK Radnicki Obrenovac, after two seasons in the second division, FK Javor Ivanjica and FK Mogren.

Last updated: 04/06/02 9.49CET

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