Land tangkasnet is agile online with a dependable land version – Once labeled a barren striker, Ilija Spasojevic then miraculously answered by scoring three goals in the closing match of the first round of the Indonesian Premier League.
Hattrick who then catapulted his name to top scorer in the team nicknamed “Rooster from the East” along with agile striker M Rahmat, with five goals. The outcomes also brought PSM to fifth place in the IPL standings. Later the career was shifted by Persema Malang until PSM was locked in the sixth rank.
Against Persijap Jepara again, Spaso again desired to repeat scoring many goals for PSM. To the HATTRICK, he claimed he would try to make it happen.
“After scoring a cap trick, my motivation has doubled. I seem to get my sharpness back and hope to carry on to score goals for PSM victory. Opposing Persijap later hopefully I can repeat,” hope Spaso after morning training at the Karebosi field.
Expectations are actually very difficult but not impossible to realize. This former Dinamo Tbilisi striker has everything to make it happen. 186 centimeters tall, can enjoy insistent, fast, and often win a duel with a defender.
“But I definitely need the support of friends. At least if you do not score goals, the main thing is to simply help the team steal points,” continued the striker who coused Dejan Savicevic, the midfielder of the AC Milan era in the 90s.
Spaso had indeed experienced gloomy weeks. Of the 11 PSM matches, Spaso was just once absent when visiting the Persiraja Banda Aceh headquarters. But only two goals can he create from 10 matches, without ever being replaced. Each was created at the Makassar Mattoanging Stadium, namely when entertaining Persija Jakarta (second match) and Persema Malang (eighth match). There’s a long goal drought between both matches. It was just in the final game to entertain Persijap, then he exploded to prove himself.
Actually not only this time he surely could score a lot more than two goals in one match. Strengthening Dinamo Tbilisi in the Georgian League, he scored four goals in one match and brought champions Dinamo Tbilisi in the Georgian League in 2009.
Also in the Georgian League, he surely could score 30 goals, until local media gave him the nickname Spaso-goal. Well, before the second round again he had personal ambitions. “Bringing PSM champions and reaching top scorers. Although difficult, but I will endeavour to understand that,” he said.