Goran Pandev vs Alan Hutton

Midweek internationals performances‏

Goran Pandev vs Alan HuttonVladimir Dimitrovski started in his ninth consecutive league game for Mladá Boleslav, while Goran Pandev and Inter lost their first game in the Champions League.


UEFA Champions League, Group A, Tottenham – Inter 3:1

Goran Pandev started for Inter and played until the 71st minute when he was replaced by Diego Milito.  Pandev started on the left wing and played there until the 64th minute when Philippe Coutinho entered the game and then Pandev was switched over to the right wing where he played for seven minutes before he was substituted by Milito.  Pandev once again played as a defensive forward by being asked to drop back and help out Cristian Chivu at LB as Goran did not attempt a single shot and according to UEFA.com, he ran for 9.03 kilometers and completed 25 out of 36 passes.

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UEFA Champions League, Group H, Partizan – Braga 0:1
Aleksandar Lazevski played the entire game for Partizan and according to UEFA.com, he ran for 10.75 kilometers and completed 34 out of 57 passes.

UEFA Europa League, Group E, Dynamo Kyiv – AZ Alkmaar 2:0
Goran Popov did not play for Dynamo Kyiv because of an injury.

UEFA Europa League, Group C, Levski – Lille 2:2
Darko Tasevski started for Levski and played until the 87th minute when he was replaced by Ivo Ivanov.  Just seconds after entering the game, Ivanov scored an own goal which tied the game at 2:2.  It came on a long free kick from Lille and Ivanov attempted to head the ball for a corner but his header went in the back of the net for an unlucky goal.  Levski twice had the lead as they opened the scoring in the 11th minute before Lille equalized in the 35th minute and then Levski took the lead once again in the 82nd minute with an absolute missile from 30 meters before Ivanov scored an own goal in the 87th minute to tie the game at 2:2 and that’s how it would end as well.

UEFA Europa League, Group I, PSV Eindhoven – Debrecen 3:0
Mirsad Mijadinoski played all 90 minutes for Debrecen and also picked up a yellow card in the 90th minute.

Czech Republic, 1. Gambrinus liga, Jablonec – Mladá Boleslav 1:1
Vladimir Dimitrovski played the entire game for Mladá Boleslav while his teammate and fellow Macedonian Goce Toleski started on the bench before he entered the game in the 83rd minute replacing Jakub Řezníček.  Mladá Boleslav took the lead in the 4th minute before Jablonec equalized in the 9th minute with a soft goal after a big blunder by the keeper.  The Jablonec goal came on a shot from outside the box and the shot was straight at the keeper but he bobbled the ball and it went under his arms for a very soft goal.

Switzerland, Challenge League, Aarau – Servette 0:0
Aco Stojkov was an unused substitute for Aarau.

Bulgaria, A PFG, Chernomorets – Minyor 0:0
Vanco Trajanov did not play for Minyor.

Kazakhstan, Premier League, Tobol – Lokomotiv Astana 2:0
Vlade Lazarevski played all 90 minutes for Lokomotiv Astana while Bobi Bozinovski started on the bench before he entered the game in the 56th minute replacing Ivan Shevchenko.  Lazarevski also received a yellow card in the 82nd minute.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Mjällby – Åtvidabergs 2:1
Daniel Ivanovski was not among the 18 players called up by Mjällby.

Australia, Hyundai A-League, Perth Glory – Melbourne Heart 0:0
Aleks Vrteski was an unused substitute for Perth Glory as he was the #2 keeper behind Tando Velaphi.

South Korea, K-League, Incheon United – Gangwon 1:3
Neither Dusan Savić of Incheon United nor Baze Ilijoski of Gangwon were called up by their respective teams.

photo: inter.it

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