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1998 Latvian Higher League

The 1998 season in the Latvian Higher League, named Virslīga, was the 8th domestic competition since the Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union on 6 September 1991. Eight teams competed in this edition, with Skonto FC claiming the title.

Final table

Pos  Team P W D L F A +/- Pts
1 Skonto FC 28 21 4 3 98 27 71 67
2 FK Liepājas Metalurgs 28 17 6 5 62 25 37 57
3 FK Ventspils 28 16 6 6 56 23 33 54
4 Dinaburg FC 28 11 10 7 49 31 18 43
5 FK Valmiera 28 10 7 11 39 59 -20 37
6 LU-Daugava 28 7 9 12 42 42 0 30
7 FK Rēzekne 28 2 5 21 22 80 -58 11
8 Ranto-Miks 28 2 5 21 25 106 -81 11

Match Table

  SKO MET VEN DIN VAL DAU RĒZ RAN
Skonto 1-0 0-0
1-1 1-1
1-0 1-2
4-0 3-2
0-2 1-0
2-1 4-1
4-0 4-1
15-2 5-1
2-3 5-3
3-0 2-1
7-0 2-0
1-0 6-1
9-0 3-3
4-0 7-2
Liepājas Metalurgs 0-1 0-0
1-1 1-1
0-0 1-0
1-0 0-2
1-2 1-0
3-0 1-1
4-1 1-2
2-1 1-2
3-2 0-0
2-1 1-0
4-0 3-2
7-0 2-1
7-0 4-3
5-1 6-1
Ventspils 0-1 2-1
0-4 2-3
0-0 0-1
0-1 2-0
0-0 1-1
1-1 3-0
0-3 0-0
3-0 3-0
1-0 1-1
3-0 2-1
4-1 4-1
3-0 3-0
9-0 1-0
3-2 5-1
Dinaburg 2-0 0-1
1-2 1-4
2-1 0-1
0-3 1-1
0-0 1-1
1-1 0-3
6-1 2-0
0-0 1-1
0-0 2-2
0-2 0-0
0-0 1-0
2-1 4-2
6-1 6-0
5-1 5-2
Valmiera 0-4 1-4
2-15 1-5
1-4 2-1
1-2 2-1
0-3 0-0
3-0 0-3
1-6 0-2
0-0 1-1
2-2 2-4
2-1 0-0
3-0 2-1
0-0 5-0
4-0 0-0
1-0 3-0
LU-Daugava 3-2 3-5
0-3 1-2
2-3 0-0
1-2 0-1
0-1 1-1
0-3 1-2
0-0 2-2
2-0 0-0
2-2 4-2
1-2 0-0
8-2 2-1
1-1 1-2
3-0 1-2
2-0 1-1
FK Rēzekne 0-7 0-2
0-1 1-6
0-4 2-3
0-7 1-2
1-4 1-4
0-3 0-3
0-0 0-1
1-2 2-4
0-3 1-2
0-0 0-5
2-8 1-2
1-1 2-1
2-2 3-1
1-2 0-0
Ranto-Miks 0-9 3-3
0-4 2-7
0-7 3-4
1-5 1-6
0-9 0-1
2-3 1-5
1-6 0-6
1-5 2-5
0-4 0-0
0-1 0-3
0-3 2-1
0-2 1-1
2-2 1-3
2-1 0-0


Topscorers

Pos  Name Team Goals
1  Viktors Dobrecovs (LAT) FHK Liepājas Metalurgs 23
2  Roman Grigorčuk (UKR) Dinaburg FC 21
3  Mihails Miholaps (LAT) Skonto FC 20
4  Marians Pahars (LAT) Skonto FC 19
5  Vladimirs Babičevs (LAT) Skonto FC 11
-  Vīts Rimkus (LAT) Skonto FC 11


Awards

Best Name Team
Goalkeeper  Oļegs Karavajevs (LAT) Skonto FC
Defender  Mihails Zemļinskis (LAT) Skonto FC
Midfielder  Vladimirs Babičevs (LAT) Skonto FC
Forward  Marians Pahars (LAT) Skonto FC


Skonto FC 1998

Pos  Name Birthdate P Goal Booked Red card
Ukraine Nikolay Apilats 21.09.1974 2 - - -
MF Latvia Vitālijs Astafjevs 03.04.1971 23 7 2 -
MF Latvia Vladimirs Babičevs 22.04.1968 19 10 4 1
DF Latvia Oļegs Blagonadeždins 16.05.1973 2 - - -
MF Latvia Imants Bleidelis 16.08.1975 24 8 2 -
Georgia (country) Mamuka Cereteli 13.01.1979 9 1 2 -
GK Georgia (country) Davit Gvaramadze 08.11.1975 6 –7 - -
MF Latvia Jevgeņijs Ilovaiskis 22.10.1979 2 - - -
GK Latvia Oļegs Karavajevs 13.02.1961 9 –7 - -
MF Latvia Vladimirs Koļesņičenko 04.05.1980 1 - - -
GK Latvia Aleksandrs Koļinko 18.06.1975 5 0 5 -
MF Latvia Juris Laizāns 06.01.1979 26 1 1 1
- Latvia Vsevolods Līdaks 22.10.1977 12 1 - -
- Latvia Valentins Lobaņovs 23.10.1971 22 1 3 -
- Ukraine Vladimir Mel'nyk 21.11.1979 18 1 5 -
FW Russia/Latvia Mihails Miholaps 24.08.1974 25 20 1 -
Latvia Iļja Novikovs 12.08.1977 9 3 - -
FW Latvia Marians Pahars 05.08.1976 26 19 1 1
GK Latvia Andrejs Piedels 17.09.1970 8 –8 - -
- Ukraine Aleksandr Pindejev 03.03.1971 15 5 2 -
- Ukraine Vitaliy Razgon 23.03.1980 1 - - -
MF Georgia (country) Alexander Rekhviashvili 06.08.1974 17 1 2 -
FW Latvia Vits Rimkus 21.06.1973 15 11 - -
MF Latvia Andrejs Rubins 26.11.1978 19 1 - -
DF Georgia (country) Levan Silagadze 04.08.1976 15 1 3 -
- Russia Sergey Solovjov 03.04.1978 9 4 3 -
DF Latvia Igors Stepanovs 21.01.1976 24 - 3 -
DF Lithuania Andrėjus Tereškinas 10.07.1970 7 2 2 -
DF Latvia Mihails Zemļinskis 21.12.1969 13 - 1 -
Manager: Latvia Aleksandrs Starkovs


References

  • RSSSF
  • Skonto FC 1998
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