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Croatian Football Weekend Roundup

Croatia (31)Dinamo Zagreb extended their lead at the top of the Croatian first division on the weekend with a comfortable 4:1 win over Osijek at Maksimir Stadium. Third place Rijeka again lost ground on the leaders after being held to a 3:3 draw by Istra 1961. Second place Hajduk Split face Zadar tonight in the Dalmatian derby.

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

Standings

1.    Dinamo Zagreb        40
2.    Hajduk        36
3.    Rijeka        34
4.    Lokomotiva        32
5.    Split        31
6.    Istra 1961        23
7.    Slaven Belupo        17
8.    Zadar        16
9.    Osijek        11
10.    Hrvatski dragovoljac        9

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