Midweek internationals performances (14-16.08 ’18)

Trichkovski celebrated a hat-trick as Avramovski scored one goal in the Europa league. Ademi and Nikolov continue the fight for entering the Champions League group stage, while Elmas got eliminated.

photo by AEK: Trichkovski celebrates his third goal

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UEFA Champions League, Croatia Dinamo – Kazakhstan Astana 1:0 (3:0 agg.)
Captain Arijan Ademi played the whole game for the Croatian champion. His team will now face Swiss champion Young Boys for entering the group stage.

UEFA Champions League, Turkey Fenerbahçe – Portugal Benfica 1:1 (1:2 agg.)
Elif Elmas picked up a yellow card in the 22nd minute and played the full 90 minutes for Fener. His team faced elimination and will continue in the Europa League.

UEFA Champions League, Hungary Vidi – Sweden Malmö 0:0 (1:1 agg.)
Boban Nikolov started and was substituted by Máté Pátkai 5 minutes from time. His Vidi advances on away goal rule and will play against Greek side AEK in the play-offs.

UEFA Europa League, Cyprus AEK – Austria Sturm 5:0 (7:0 agg.)
Both Ivan Trichkovski and Daniel Mojsov played the whole game for AEK. Trichko was the hero of his team as he scored a hat-trick. He first broke the dead lock in the 8th minute, in the 67th scored for 3:0, while ten minutes from time scored his team’s fourth goal. AEK will face Trenčín in the play-offs.

Trichko’s hat-trick (at 0:20, 3:56 & 4:16):

UEFA Europa League, Finland HJK – Slovenia Olimpija 1:4 (1:7 agg.)
Daniel Avramovski played the whole match for Olimpija and doubled the lead in the 72nd minute. His team will now face Slovak side Spartak in the play-offs.

Daniels’ goal (at 4:07):

UEFA Europa League, Albania Kukësi – Georgia Torpedo 2:0 (4:5 agg.)
Edis Malikji played the full 90 minutes for the hosts who despite the win got eliminated.

UEFA Europa League, Italy Atalanta – Israel Hapoel Haifa 2:0 (6:1 agg.)
Risto Mitrevski played the whole game for the Israeli side who was powerless against the Serie A team.

UEFA Europa League, Denmark Brøndby – Serbia Spartak 2:1 (3:1 agg.)
Benjamin Demir wasn’t in Spartak’s team as he isn’t registered for playing internationally. Nevertheless, his team got knocked out.

UEFA Europa League, Romania Steaua – Croatia Hajduk 2:1 (2:1 agg.)
Mirko Ivanovski first got booked in the 58th minute and later in the 73rd minute was taken off for Michele Šego while his team was losing 1:0. Mirko and Hajduk farewelled the Europa League.

UEFA Europa League, France Bordeaux – Ukraine Mariupol 2:1 (5:2 agg.)
Besir Demiri played the entire game for the eliminated Ukrainian team.

UEFA Europa League, Croatia Rijeka – Norway Sarpsborg 08 0:1 (1:2 agg.)
Leonard Zhuta played the whole game for Rijeka while his teammate Darko Velkovski is still recovering from the injury. Zhuta also got a yellow card in the 75th minute. Their team was surprisingly defeat at home and eventually eliminated.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Željezničar – Sarajevo 2:2
Krste Velkoski played the whole match for the visiting team in this Bosnian derby.

Japan, Meiji Yasuda J1 League, Yokohama F·Marinos – Nagoya Grampus Eight 1:2
David Babunski for the last time wasn’t summoned by Yokohama. A day after the match he announced that he is leaving the club.

Slovenia, Pokal Slovenije, Turnišče – Krško 0:8
Milan Ristovski came in from the bench twenty minutes from time taking the place of Ester Sokler when the score was 0:6. His team easily advanced from the opening round of the Slovenian Cup.

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