Belasí dnes neboli spokojní s výkonom, svedčia o tom i pozápasové reakcie Erika Daniela, Davida Strelca či Darka Milaniča.
ŠK Slovan v 20. kole Fortuna ligy zvíťazil nad FK Pohronie 1:0. Belasí si tak otvorili jarný strelecký účet a získali prvé jarné víťazstvo. Rozhodujúci gól vsietil ...
19. kolo Fortuna liga: MFK Ružomberok - ŠK Slovan Bratislava 0:0.
Kapitán Vasil Božikov a tréner Darko Milanič o včerajšom zápase v Ružomberku.
Pozrite si najzaujímavejšie momenty prvého majstrovského zápasu belasých v roku 2021.
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