Midweek internationals performances (24-26.07 ’18)

Arijan Ademi scored a brace in the Champions League qualifications, but he was the only one to achieve something remarkable. Many others participated in the two European cups.

photo by GNK Dinamo Zagreb: Ademi celebrates his first goal

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UEFA Champions League, Croatia Dinamo – Israel Hapoel Be’er Sheva 5:0
Arijan Ademi captained the Croatian champion for the entire 90 minutes in which he managed to score a brace. First he netted in the 51st minute for 3:0, while eleven minutes latter he score his team’s fourth goal. He also participated in the first goal. With this huge win his Dinamo is practically in the third qualifying round.

Arijan’s goals (at 1:38 & 2:13):

UEFA Champions League, Albania Kukësi – Azerbaijan Qarabağ 0:0
Edis Malikji played the full 90 minutes for the home side.

UEFA Champions League, Bulgaria Ludogorets – Hungary Vidi 0:0
Boban Nikolov started for the visitors and played until the 71st minute when Danko Lazović took his place.

UEFA Europa League, Russia Ufa – Slovenia Domžale 0:0
Both Zeni Husmani and Agim Ibraimi started for the visitors. Husmani got a yellow card in the 66th minute and played the entire game, while Ibraimi taken off for Jamaican attacker Shamar Nicholson in the 83rd minute.

UEFA Europa League, Latvia Ventspils – France Bordeaux 0:1
Medjit Neziri played the full match for Ventspils picking up a yellow card in the 69th minute.

UEFA Europa League, Israel Hapoel Haifa – Iceland Hafnarfjörður 1:1
Risto Mitrevski played the whole game for the Israeli side.

UEFA Europa League, Sweden Djurgården – Ukraine Mariupol 1:1
Besir Demiri played the whole game for the Ukrainian team who missed an important road win conceding a goal deep into the stoppage time.

UEFA Europa League, Israel Maccabi Tel-Aviv – Serbia Radnički Niš 2:0
Aleksandar Todorovski featured the entire time for the defeated side.

UEFA Europa League, Belgium Genk – Luxembourg Fola 5:0
Enis Saiti wasn’t part of the visiting squad.

UEFA Europa League, Croatia Hajduk – Bulgaria Slavia 1:0
Mirko Ivanovski played until the 76th minute when Ivan Delić took his place. Just three minutes later his team scored the winner. Luka Nakov wasn’t included in the visiting squad.

UEFA Champions League, Slovenia Olimpija – Northern Ireland Crusaders 5:1
Daniel Avramovski started and played 79 minutes for Olimpija. He came out when the score was 4:1 as Stefan Savić substituted him.

UEFA Europa League, Italy Atalanta – Bosnia-Herzegovina Sarajevo 2:2
Krste Velkoski captained his Sarajevo to a great result against the Serie A side. He picked up a yellow card in the 76th minute.

UEFA Europa League, Ireland Dundalk – Cyprus AEK 0:0
Ivan Trichkovski played the full 90 minutes foe AEK, while his teammate Daniel Mojsov wasn’t in the match day squad due to injury.

UEFA Europa League, Croatia Osijek – Scotland Rangers 0:1
Due to injury Muzafer Ejupi wasn’t available for the Croatian team.

UEFA Europa League, Serbia Spartak – Czech Slavia 2:0
Benjamin Demir isn’t registered for playing in Europe by Spartak.

UEFA Europa League, Spain Sevilla – Hungary Újpest 4:0
Viktor Angelov watched his teammates get smashed from the bench.

Finland, Veikkausliiga, RoPS – Inter 0:1
Filip Ivanovski played the whole game for RoPS. This home defeat is a big back step backwards for his team who is now still 7 points behind the leaders HJK but with a game more.

Japan, Meiji Yasuda J2 League, Machida Zelvia – Kyōto Sanga 2:1
David Babunski wasn’t summoned by the home side.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Norrköping – Elfsborg 1:0
David Mitov Nilsson was the reserve keeper at the home team’s bench.

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