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Nõmme Kalju and FC Flora met in a top of the table match on Saturday, with both teams beginning the day on maximum points.

With both teams fielding experienced Estonian national team members in Enar Jääger for Flora and Joel Lindpere for Kalju, it was the visiting team from the suburbs which showed more composure and maturity, opening the scoring on the 26th minute through Allan-Axel Kimbaloula.

Flora failed to break through Kalju's defense and the visitors wrapped up the game on the 65th minute with a header from unmarked Alo Bärengrub following a corner.

In the round's other games, 2014 champions FC Levadia is making a come-back after a slow start beating Viljandi Tulevik 2-0 at home. Sillamäe Kalev also won, 6-1 against Pärnu Linnameeskond away.

Paide Linnameeskond lost 2-4 to FC Infonet with Paide drawing level on the 88th minute only to see Infonet score two goals on the 90th and 93rd minute. Tartu Tammeka defeated Narva Trans 3-1 at home.

Kalju is now top with 15 points, with Flora on 12, followed by Levadia (11) and Sillamäe (9). Paide, which surprised last year, is bottom with just one point Viljandi has three points and Pärnu and Tartu both four.

Watch Flora vs. Kalju match's goals here.

ERR will post goals from the matches it televises throughout the season here.

Editor: J.M. Laats



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