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Croatian Football Weekend Roundup

hns (2)There was no change at the top of the Croatian first division after the top two sides Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split both recorded victories at home over the weekend. Third place Rijeka were also on their way to victory before a power cut at their stadium forced the match to be abandoned. Dinamo Zagreb, who this weekend cut ties with their Brazilian-born international Sammir, have a two-point lead of their rivals Hajduk Split.

Results:
Dinamo Zagreb Slaven Belupo  1:0
HajdukIstra 1961  2:0
OsijekSplit  0:0
ZadarLokomotiva  0:2

1.    Dinamo Zagreb – 36 points
2.    Hajduk – 34
3.    Rijeka – 29
4.    Lokomotiva – 29
5.    Split – 26
6.    Istra 1961 – 19
7.    Zadar – 15
8.    Slaven Belupo – 14
9.    Osijek – 9
10.  Hrvatski dragovoljac – 7

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