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Croatian Domestic Football Roundup

CroatiaCroatia’s ‘eternal derby’ between Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split has ended in a 2:2 draw, meaning the gap between the two at the top of the Croatian first division stays at just 1 point. Rijeka in third place failed to make the most of the two sides ahead of them dropping points, and could only manage a 2:2 draw themselves to keep them 7 points off the pace. Split creeped up to join them on third place with a solid 3:0 win over Lokomotiva at home.

Rijeka –  Slaven Belupo    2:2
Dinamo Zagreb – Hajduk  2:2
Split – Lokomotiva  3:0
Zadar – Istra 1961  0:4
Osijek – Hrvatski dragovoljac  1:1

1. Dinamo    37
2. Hajduk    36
3. Rijeka    30
4. Split        30
5. Lokomotiva    29
6. Istra 1961    22
7. Slaven B.    16
8. Zadar    16
9. Osijek    11
10. Hrvatski D.    9

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