Besart Ibraimi helped Sevastopol record a 2:0 victory over Tytan by scoring the opening goal in the 42nd minute when he converted a penalty and then providing the assist on the second goal.
Besart Ibraimi started for Sevastopol and played until the 67th minute when he was replaced by fellow striker Michael Alozie. In the 42nd minute, with the game tied at 0:0, Ibraimi converted a penalty to give his team the narrow lead. Sevastopol then scored another goal in the 59th minute with Ibraimi providing the assist. Besart took a free kick from the right which reached one of his teammates who then sent his header to the back of the net. With the win, Sevastopol remained in 5th place of the Ukrainian second division with 39 points after 21 rounds.
Ibraimi has now scored six goals for Sevastopol this season with five of them coming on converted penalty kicks. Keep in mind that Ibraimi initially began the season on loan at Tavria but he was not receiving much playing time so his loan was cancelled and he returned to Sevastopol.
Video of the two goals: