He has scored the seventh goal.
XANTHI. Slovakian football player Erik Jendrišek decided to win his FC Xanthi team at Asteras Tripolis 1-0 in the match Monday round 9 of the highest Greek competition.
Is Erik Jendrišek a representative?
from: 05.11.2018 22:06
The goal of the 71st minute victory was seventh in the 32-year-old Slovak striker in the season when the Greek Super League moved to the front of the cannon table.
He was there with Efthymios Koulouris from Atromitos. Jendrišek scored the decisive goal in winning Xanthi before a week in a home match against Giannine (2: 1).
Even thanks to the power of Jendrišk's shot, Serbian coach Xanthi Milan Rastakac moved to the fourth straight table with a 5-point man on PAOK Solún leaders.
"I feel confident and that really helps me. We work hard in training and I am physically ready," explained Jendrisk, what is the form.
Three goals scored.
An increasingly loud voice began to echo about the possibility of his return to representation.
Characteristics – earrings
A distinctive feature of Erik Jendrišek: his earrings never escaped his ears. The biggest benefits: speed and speed.
Greece – First League – Monday:
Asteras Tripolis – Xanthi FC 0: 1 (0: 0)
/Erik Jendrišek (Xanthi) plays the game and in the 71st minute he scores the winning goal /
He played in the World Championship in Africa (2010), he played in the prestigious bundesliga and on April 1, 2009 he shot Czech opponents one of the most famous goals in the history of Slovak representation.
He works at five clubs in Germany. Hannover, Kaiserslautern, Schalke 04, Freiburg and Cottbus.
He also worked for two years in Cracow, Poland.
In Xanthi he returns to the attack
Jendrišek left Slovakia in 2006 (he is Ruzomberok) as the best league shooter.
In 2010, he was the best shooter in the second bundesliga. However, gradually, the coaches moved to the wing, but also to the defense side and received more defensive tasks.
In Xanthi, however, he got an attack where the player felt the best.
Will he return to the national team?
The former Slovak representative was in Greece's top competition for the second year and in the last season he has scored 11 goals in 30 matches.
Jendrišek last appeared in the Slovak Republic National Team for the last time in 2014, but his current form gives him hope.
For the national team he played 37 times, giving four goals.
On Tuesday, new coach Pavel Hapal will be nominated for a League of Nations match against Ukraine and the Czech Republic.
"We have fewer experts than our other attitudes," Hapal said.