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connecting with Valter Birsa's cross at the far post. Zlatan Ljubijankic quickly made the closing stages more comfortable ..... Robert Koren, Milivoje Novakovic, Zlatko Dedic ( Zlatan Ljubijankic , 69), Andraz Kirm (Darijan Matic, 90), Branko
2010; Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA; USA midfielder Jose Torres (16) battles for the ball with Slovenia forward Zlatan Ljubijankic (9) during Group C play in the 2010 World Cup at Ellis Park Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christian Ort/GEPA
Johannesburg, South Africa, Friday, June 18, 2010. Zlatan Ljubijankic of Slovenia scores his side's second goal past ..... Robert Koren (unseen), as Slovenia's striker Zlatan Ljubijankic (L) celebrates during their Group C first round
Johannesburg, South Africa. Zlatan Ljubijankic of Slovenia lies injured after ..... right, and Slovenia's Zlatan Ljubijankic , left, clash as they compete ..... Johannesburg, South Africa. ( Zlatan Ljubijankic of Slovenia scores his side
stadium in Port Elizabeth. England's defender Matthew Upson (L) fights for the ball with Slovenia's striker Zlatan Ljubijankic during the Group C first round 2010 World Cup football match Slovenia vs. England on June 23, 2010 at Nelson Mandela
2-1 in exhibition at Wembley in September, with Frank Lampard and Jermain Defoe scoring for the home team and Zlatan Ljubijankic scoring for Slovakia with five minutes left. NK IB Ljubljana is among the clubs European authorities are investigating
Brecko, Marko Suler, Bostjan Cesar, Bojan Jokic, Vlater Birsa (Dalibor Stevanovic, 77), Aleksander Radosavljevic, Robert Koren, Andraz Kirm (Nejc Pecnik, 82), Zlatko Dedic ( Zlatan Ljubijankic , 67), Milivoje Novakovic.
Tom Tomsk), Dalibor Stevanovic (Vitesse), Anton Zlogar (Omonia). Forwards: Zlatko Dedic (Bochum), Zlatan Ljubijankic (Gent), Milivoje Novakovic (Koeln), Nejc Pecnik (Nacional).
Andrej Komac, Marko Suler, Bostjan Cesar, Mirnes Sisic, Robert Koren, Milivoje Novakovic, Zlatko Dedic ( Zlatan Ljubijankic , 76), Andraz Kirm (Darijan Matic, 90), Branko Ilic. Slovakia: Stefan Senecky, Martin Skrtel, Jan Durica