Q Radio Sport
Glentoran have climbed up to fifth in the Danske Bank Premiership after a 4-0 win against Institute at the Oval on Monday night.
Midfielder Hrvoje Plum got the pick of the goals, a sweetly-struck free-kick.
His fellow Croatian Antonio Duric came off the bench and scored on his debut.
The deadlock had been broken when 'Stute defender Caoimhin Bonner headed into his own net under pressure from Glens defender Gavin Peers.
Robbie McDaid touched in the third from another Plum free.
Glens head coach Mick McDermott liked what he saw in front of the Sky TV cameras from all his players, including the Croat goalscorers...
🎥 Well, the Glens are looking good and here’s the new face from Croatia, 21-year-old Antonio Duric - off to a flyer with a debut goal at the Oval to cap 4-0 win ... The big smile says it all @Glentoran pic.twitter.com/IhXVF8sSUy— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 2, 2019
🎥 It’s quite the international select @Glentoran these days - Croatia x3, the Netherlands, Scotland, RoI, even NI! Dub @Conor_Pepper says it’s a perfect combination of good character and quality ... pic.twitter.com/je4jd1vzrQ— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 2, 2019
@Harland_Wolff1 ‘Save our Yard’ 60ftx40ft banner displayed at Oval for tonight’s @Glentoran v @Institute_FC game. Show of solidarity welcomed by workers. Sign on Goliath crane gantry at shipyard - from one east Belfast giant to another! @UniteunionNI @GMBNI #SaveOurShipyard pic.twitter.com/XnxK2JtVCi— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 2, 2019