Watch goals: Kalju 7 from 7 after victory over Levadia ({{commentsTotal}})


Last year's fourth place Nõmme Kalju is making its mark this time around, defeating FC Flora 2-0 a week ago and now 2014 champions FC Levadia with the same score over the weekend.

Joel Lindpere, one of the many aging national team starts to return to the Estonian league in recent months, opened the scoring on the 32nd minute against Levadia, who had Sergei Pareiko in goal. Tarmo Neemelo scored on the 74th minute to complete the score. Watch those goals here.

Kalju now has seven wins from seven and leads with 21 points, three ahead of Flora and nine ahead of both FC Infonet and Levadia.

Despite losing to Kalju a week ago, Flora continued its good start to the season, defeating Pärnu Linnameeskond 3-1 at home. Infonet beat Sillamäe Kalev 1-0 at home, Tartu Tammeka beat Paide 3-1 away to leapfrog Narva Trans, who could only draw with Viljandi Tulevik.

Editor: J.M. Laats

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