Macedonian internationals performances (03-06.05.2019)

This past weekend Enis Bardhi and Elif Elmas had one goal apiece, Tihomir Kostadinov provided an assist while Stefan Spirovski won the title in Hungary.

photo by eldesmarque.com: Bardhi celebrates his goal

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Albania, Kategoria Superiore, Flamurtari – Partizani 0:3
Artim Polozhani started in central defense for Flamurtari, while Egzon Belica didn’t play for Partizani.

Azerbaijan, Topaz Premyer Liqası, Qarabağ – Səbail 4:0
Tome Kitanovski was a starter for the visitors and played 86 minutes in the loss away to Qarabağ.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League UEL group, Charleroi – St. Truiden 2:0
Gjoko Zajkov made the fifth consecutive start for Charleroi and helped his team to keep a clean sheet against St. Truiden.

Belgium, Proximus League UEL group, Beerschot Wilrijk – Westerlo 3:2
Emil Abaz wasn’t called up by the hosts for this game.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Sarajevo – Čelik 5:0
Krste Velkoski this time began on Sarajevo’s bench and played from the 59th minute.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Željezničar – Mladost 3:1
Djelil Asani opened at left-back for Mladost but played only until the 37th minute when he was sent off because of a red card.

Bulgaria, Parva Liga – Relegation Group, Dunav Ruse – Slavia
Aleksandar Isaevski made the start at left-back for Dunav Ruse and played the entire game, while Darko Tasevski wasn’t part of Slavia’s matchday squad.

Bulgaria, Parva Liga, Lokomotiv – Septemvri 1:2
Darko Glishikj was the entire game Septemvri’s left-back and played a big role in the win as he delivered the assist for the game winner scored in the 77th minute.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Dinamo – Lokomotiva 3:0
Arijan Ademi didn’t make Dinamo’s matchday squad.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Hajduk – Inter 3:2
Mirko Ivanovski opened on Hajduk’s bench and played the last half hour. At that point the score was 2:1, Mirko’s team added one more goal in the 71st minute on the way to grab three points against Inter.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Istra – Rijeka 0:7
Agron Rufati was a starter for Istra and played all minutes, while Darko Velkovski and Milan Ristovski didn’t make Rijeka’s matchday squad; the former due to an injury. Eventually, Rijeka destroyed Istra on the road.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Slaven – Osijek 1:0
Muzafer Ejupi made Osijek’s bench and played from the 69th minute. Muzafer also picked up a yellow card in the 5th minute.

Cyprus, Protáthlima Cyta play-off, AEK – Nea Salamis 1:1
Daniel Mojsov was an unused substitute for AEK, whereas his teammate Ivan Trichkovski didn’t play because of injury. Trichko fractured his ribs during a training session and may be out for 6 weeks.

Cyprus, Protáthlima Cyta play-off, AEL – Omonia 3:2
Davor Zdravkovski was the whole game in midfield as his team AEL collected three points against Omonia.

Cyprus, Protáthlima Cyta play-out, Doxa – Alki 0:1
Defensive midfielder Dushko Trajchevski started for Alki and played the entire game. In the end, his team grabbed three points on the road against Doxa.

England, Championship, Ipswich Town – Leeds United 3:2
Ezgjan Alioski wasn’t part of the visitors squad due to an injury.

Finland, Veikkausliiga, KuPS – KPV 4:1
Filip Ivanovski stayed on KPV’s bench during the match.

Finland, Veikkausliiga, RoPS – Helsingfors 1:0
Keeper Damjan Shishkovski got bench by the home team after playing the opening five rounds in which he once conceded directly from a corner kick.

Greece, Souroti Soúper Lígka, Larissa – Olympiakos 0:3
Nikola Jakimovski played the whole match, while Davor Taleski was the substitute goalkeeper for Larissa.

Hungary, OTP Bank Liga, Ferencváros – Újpest 2:1
Stefan Spirovski was out of the home team squad because of injury, while Kire Ristevski played the whole match for the visitors and earned a yellow card in the first half. Ferencváros clinched the title with this win and Spirovski, who was in the stands, joined his teammates in the celebration after the final whistle.

Spirovski (stands, 3rd from right ) in the title celebration; photo: Ferencvárosi TC

Hungary, OTP Bank Liga, Diósgyőr – Vidi 2:1
Boban Nikolov was in the starting lineup for Vidi and played until the 82nd minute.

Israel, Ligat Winner, Hapoel Haifa – Maccabi Petah Tikva 0:3
Risto Mitrevski wasn’t included in home team’s squad.

Italy, Serie A, Genoa – Roma 1:1
Goran Pandev came off the bench in the 73rd minute as Genoa save a point in the stoppage time. But, could even take the three points as in the 94th minute Pandev played a nice cross which would lead to a Genoa penalty but Tonny Sanabria had his spot kick saved by the Roma keeper.

Pandev joins the celebration of the equalizer; photo: Genoa CFC

Italy, Serie B, Ascoli – Palermo 1:2
Aleksandar Trajkovski played the whole match for Palermo, while Ilija Nestorovski was out due to minor injury.

Netherlands, Erste Divisie, Dordrecht – Jong Utrecht 1:2
Antonio Stankov played the whole match for Dordrecht in the last round of the Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Portugal, Liga NOS, Belenenses – Sporting 1:8
Stefan Ristovski put in another good display for Sporting as his team destroyed Belenenses with 1:8. This was Sporting’s tenth consecutive win.

Romania, Liga I Betano, Dunărea – Dinamo 1:0
Filip Gligorov was in the starting lineup for the home team and played until the 75th minute.

Romania, Liga I Betano, Gaz Metan – Hermannstadt 4:1
Mite Cikarski watched the match from home team’s substitute bench, while Besart Abdurahimi wasn’t included in the away team’s squad.

Romania, Liga I Betano, Viitorul – Sepsi 3:1
Marko Simonovski didn’t play for the away team on this match because of injury.

Serbia, SuperLiga play-off, Radnički – Vojvodina 0:0
Aleksandar Todorovski played the whole match for the home team in the scoreless draw against Vojvodina.

Serbia, SuperLiga play-out, Spartak – Radnik 3:3
Zoran Danoski didn’t take part on this match.

Serbia, SuperLiga play-out, Dinamo – Zemun 1:0
Milosh Tosheski watched the match from Zemun’s bench.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga play-off, Žilina – Dunajska Stredá 1:2
Enis Fazlagikj wasn’t part of the home squad because of injury.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga play-off, Ružomberok – Slovan 3:2
Tihomir Kostadinov started in midfield for Ružomberok and played till the 75th minute when he was replaced by Viktor Jedinák. Kostadinov provided an assist to the Bosnian international Zinedin Mustedanagić in the first minute of the first half additional time.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga play-out, Senica – Spartak 2:0
Kire Markoski entered the field for Spartak in the 70th minute of the game replacing Brazilian international Lucas Lovat.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga play-out, Železiarne – ViON 0:1
Tomche Grozdanovski played the entire match for the visitors and got booked in the 84th minute.

Spain, Primera División, Levante – Rayo Vallecano 4:1
Enis Bardhi played full game for Levante but didn’t face keeper Stole Dimitrievski who was once again left at Rayo’s bench. Bardhi scored the last goal for his team in the 90th minute which was his first goal in La Liga after seven months. Important points for Enis’ team who is active in the battle for avoiding relegation, while Stole’s side seems doomed.

Bardhi’s goal (at 1:10):

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Elfsborg – Norrköping 0:0
Keeper David Mitov Nilsson watched the game from the visiting bench.

Switzerland, Raiffeisen Super League, Grasshoppers – St. Gallen 0:1
Nikola Gjorgjev wasn’t part of the home squad at this game.

Turkey, Süper Lig, Alanyaspor – Konyaspor 2:4
Both Leonard Zhuta and Adis Jahovic got bench at this match and only Adis got a chance to play few moments when he came on instead Mustapha Yatabaré in the second injury minute.

Turkey, Süper Lig, Erzurum – Bursaspor 2:0
Jani Atanasov was an unused substitute for the visiting side.

Turkey, Süper Lig, Kasımpaşa – Fenerbahçe 1:3
Elif Elmas played until the 61st minute for Fenerbahçe when Victor Moses took his place. Previously he scored the equalizer for his team in the 20th minute of the game. It was his third goal this season in the Turkish championship.

Elif’s goal (at 0:58):

Ukraine, Prem’yer-liha play-out, Karpaty – Arsenal 1:2
Stefan Jevtoski continues to be out of Arsenal’s squad due to injury.

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