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Zradvko Logarusic also insisted Sunday’s results will not determine who wins the league predicting it will go down to the wire.
“It is a normal match for us with no implication on where the title goes. Our opponents have two tough matches away and may still have to wait till the last day of competition to be sure of the title,” he said.
Logarusic insisted that among the two teams, Gor are the better side if one looks at the previous results.
“We have had one of the best results in the recent past. We don’t rely on one particular player but work well and better as a team and this remains our strength.
“The team is very strong at the back and in midfield but we still need to work on our finishing,” he said,
He also dismissed complaints by Karuturi coach Michael Nam that his side was awarded a dubious penalty on Saturday insisting the referee was near the action when he pointed to the spot.
“He was standing very near where the incident took place and was the only one who could make the right decision,” he said.
Logarusic challenged his Karuturi counterpart to say how many chances his team had on Saturday.
“Everyone watched the match and he should tell us the number of chances they created before complaining about the referee,” he said.
Gor won the match 1-0 but Karuturi coach was left fuming after his team conceded a penalty in the last minutes of the match.