Here are the results for March 22nd…
Hajduk Split [2 -0] NK Zagreb
Dinamo Zagreb [0 – 0] NK Osijek
NK Rijeka [3 – 2] Croatia Sesvete
Slaven Belupo [1 – 1] Cibalia Vinkovci
Varteks Varaždin [0 – 0] NK Zadar
HNK Šibenik [4 – 0] Inter Zaprešić
With Hajduk’s easy 2-0 win over NK Zagreb and Dinamo’s scoreless slip-up against Osijek, Hajduk now sit by themselves in first place; with a two point lead over Dinamo. there’s 10 games left in the season- anything can happen!
Thanks for that info and yeah, that is a tough decision…you could always DVR the champions league.
I might be in Split for the first time on the 27th and would love to experience that game, or at the least watch it in a bar in the area.
Hajduk is playing on May 27th at Poljud. However, this years champions league Final in Rome is scheduled on the same day.
Why would the HNS schedule the second leg game of the cup final on the same day? This is worse than the streamers at the Hajduk-Dinamo game that delayed the kickoff 15 minutes.
hmmm…. should I watch Barcelona-ManU for the champion of the world, or Dinamo-Hajduk for the champion of Croatia?
I have a question if someone can help me out… is Hajduk playing the second leg of the Cup on the 27th or the 28th of May at Poljud?
Thanks for your help.
Am not convinced that Mandzukic, Slepicka and Sivonjic are good enough scorers to win us HNL. This is the sort of game Balaban would have scored in.
I would very much apreciate if you can find time in your generous hearts to post Bosna Prva Liga scores so i can follow NK Sarajevo
-P.S i apologize Sir Ante of Lakerville