Monday, 25 July 2011

Meistriliiga week 21: Still tight at the top

Kuressaare 0-2 JK Kalju

Nõmme Kalju kept in touch at the top of the table with a 2-0 win away at Kuressaare in the early kick off on Saturday. Two goals midway through the second half gave them the points - Kim Kallaste scoring from the penalty spot on the hour following a foul on Tarmo Neemelo. Kristen Viikmäe made it two six minutes later with a glancing header, his ninth goal of the season. Flora ensured their lead at the top wasn't reduced with a 4-1 win away at Paide, though the scoreline makes it sound far more comfortable that it was with the scores level at 1-1 with five minutes left. Nikolai Mositsev put Flora ahead on 11 minutes but Paide drew level through Rauno Kööp on 68 minutes. Paide looked to have gained a very good point until late goals from Alo Dupikov (2) and Sergei Moskinov won it for Flora. Flora retain their two point lead with two games in hand. 

FC Ajax 0-4 Viljandi

Viljandi scored their biggest win of the season with a 4-0 demolition of FC Ajax in Lasnamäe, Tallinn. Defender Marten Mütt opened the scoring with a great left foot strike on 15 minutes. A diving header from Jann Leimann doubled the lead on 59 minutes before late goals from Stanislav Goldberg and a Jevgeni Romanov own goal wrapped it up.

Levadia and Trans shared a 1-1 draw, a result that doesn't help either side as they look to maintain title bids. Vitali Leitan scored his eleventh goal of the season to put Levadia ahead on 62 minutes. A Marius Bezykornovas penalty in the 75th minute gave Trans a point.  Sillamäe thrashed Tammeka 5-1 with the goals coming from their Russian trio of Alexander Nikulin (3), Igor Dudarev and Sergei Mironov. Tammeka's consolation came from Martin Haljak late on.

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