Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Ten man Levadia get out of jail

Paide 2-1 Viljandi

A 92nd minute Konstantin Nahk penalty gave Levadia a 2-1 win in Sillamäe yesterday evening, a result that moves Levadia back into second. Levadia were reduced to ten men when midfielder Jevgeni Novikov was given a straight red card on 25 minutes. Sillamäe took the lead through defender Roman Nesterovski after 54 minutes but Levadia equalised on 74 minutes with a goal from Vitali Leitan. The game looked to be heading to a draw before Nahk's injury time penalty, a result that won't go down well with Nõmme. Paide scored a 2-1 win at home to Viljandi with two headed goals from Timo Lomp and Andre Magi. Rauno Tutk pulled one back for Viljandi to set up a tense finish but Paide held on.

Flora won their rematch of the Estonian Cup final 3-0 at home to Trans. Alo Dupikov put Flora ahead early on and two second half goals from the impressive Henri Anier confirmed the win. 

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