Indrek Zelinski

Indrek Zelinski

Indrek Zelinski (born November 13, 1974 in Pärnu) is an Estonian football striker. During his national team career he has been capped 102 times and scored 27 goals, the former Estonian goalscoring record. His last appearance for Estonia came against Andorra in which he scored the winner in the last minute and was sent off seconds after for taking off his shirt for a second bookable offence. He was interviewed on Sky Sports News saying that he originally had planned to retire from internationals in the autumn, but scoring the winner, it felt like the best time to leave the national scene.

He started his career in Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi, and has since played for JK Tervis Pärnu, FC Flora Tallinn, FC Lahti, AaB Aalborg, Landskrona BoIS, BK Frem and now FC Levadia Tallinn.

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