Yugoslavia round-up: Ivic keeps Partizan top

A Vladimir Ivic strike edged leaders FK Partizan a narrow 1-0 victory over FK Obilic.

A Vladimir Ivic strike edged Yugoslav First League leaders FK Partizan a narrow 1-0 victory over FK Obilic.

Ivic winner
Ivic raced through to score the only goal of the game and increase Partizan's lead over second-placed FK Zeleznik to six points.

Beograd third
Third-placed OFK Beograd remain seven points behind the leaders despite a convincing 4-1 home win over lowly FK Rudar Pljevlja.

Scant consolation
Angelko Panov ensured OFK hit the ground running on 26 minutes and Miljan Mrdakovic doubled the lead from the penalty spot on the hour mark. Srdjan Stanic made it 3-0 two minutes later and Mrdakovic scored his second with 20 minutes remaining before Milos Radanovic secured a consolation goal.

Mogren concede six
FK Hajduk Kula beat struggling FK Mogren 6-0, Nikola Malbasa opening the scoring with a tenth-minute penalty. He was joined on the scoresheet by Dragan Stojisavljevic, Zeljko Buzic and Goran Marinkovic.

Sutjeska fourth
Ivan Boskovic hit the target twice to help lift FK Sutjeska up to fourth in their 3-1 win over FK Cukaricki, while Bojan Brnovic's winner earned FK Zeta a 2-1 victory over visitors FK Zemun.

Radnicki held
Lowly FK Javor stunned FK Crvena Zvezda as Ifeane Igboda struck on 42 minutes to seal a 1-0 win, while FK Radnicki Obrenovac were held to a goalless draw at home by FK Sartid.

Sopov double
FK Rad and FK Vojvodina also shared the spoils in a goalless stalemate, while Ivan Sopov's first-half double gave FK Zeleznik a 2-0 win at FK Radnicki Nis and closed the gap on Partizan to just three points.