FK Partizan, FK Zemun and FK Obilic shared the leadership of the Yugoslav first division after a high-scoring third round of matches.
Partizan class tells
The game between Partizan and FK Radnicki Niš produced seven of the 29 goals - with the champions winning through 5-2. Visitors Niš had gone into a surprise half-time lead, strikes from Dragan Ilic and Ivan Stojanovic sandwiching a Srdjan Bajicin effort. But class told after the break. Partizan captain Sasa Ilic weighed in with a hat-trick before Ivica Iliev added a late fifth.
Obilic, Zemun win again
Obilic kept up their 100 per cent record yet were flattered by a 2-1 home victory over FK Zeta. The visitors deserved more than a late consolation goal from Nikola Vujosevic, which counted for little against Ardijan Djokaj and Milan Maric's first-half strikes for Obilic. Meanwhile, the Zemun defence remains unbreached after they edged past FK Sutjeska 1-0 in Zemun.
Easy for Sartid
UEFA Cup hopefuls FK Sartid impressed in beating FK Rad 4-1 at home. Rad opened their seasonal account through Ivan Jovanovic on 57 minutes, but by then Zoran Kulic had scored twice for Sartid. Further goals from Milorad Zecevic and Dragan Radosavljevic merely added to Rad's misery.
Golden boot on target
Elsewhere, last season's top scorer, Zoran Djuraskovic, registered twice in FK Zeleznik's 4-1 home success against newly promoted FK Mogren. OFK Beograd claimed their first points in the 6-0 thrashing of FK Javor - leaving Rad and FK Rudar, who lost 1-0 at home to FK Radnicki Obrenovac, as the only pointless teams.
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