Potential internationals performances (01-04.03.2019)

Uroš Matić scored an important goal in the Austrian Bundesliga with a precise shot from outside the box, whereas Aleksandar Biedermann also netted a goal for his Luxembourgian team.

photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images AsiaPac: Dylan Pierias (L) in action for Melbourne City


Armenia, Bardsragujn chumb, Ararat-Armenia – Ararat 4:1
Anthony Trajkoski wasn’t part of the visitors squad.

Australia, A-League, Melbourne Victory – Newcastle United Jets 0:2
Ben Kantarovski opened in defensive midfield for Newcastle and played the entire game as his team collected three points on the road.

Australia, A-League, Melbourne City – Perth Glory 2:2
Young goalkeeper James Delianov didn’t make Melbourne’s matchday squad as he is usually his teams third goalie and receives game time in the reserve team, while his teammate Dylan Pierias, a right-back who recently turned 19 years old, began on the bench and played from the 85th minute when he took the place of Luke Brattan. This was Dylan’s second appearance this season in the Australian top tier.

Austria, Bundesliga, Austria – Hartberg 4:2
Uroš Matić played all minutes in defensive midfield for Austria and netted his teams third goal with a beauty from the distance in the 71st minute. Eventually, Austria grabbed three points despite playing a long period with only ten players.

Uroš’s goal (at 3:52):

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Zulte Waregem – Gent 1:3
Erdin Demir wasn’t called up by the hosts for this match.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Željezničar – Mladost 2:1
Vedran Kjosevski was the hosts captain and played all minutes between the posts in the win against Mladost. Meanwhile, Vedran recently was called by for the Bosnian senior national team for the upcoming matches of the EC qualifications.

Greece, Souroti Soúper Lígka, Levadiakos – Lamia 1:1
Marko Markovski began at center-forward for Levadiakos and lasted all minutes on the pitch.

Luxembourg, BGL Ligue, Progrès – Victoria Rosport 3:3
Aleksandar Biedermann started for Victoria and scored his teams second goal in the 55th minute. This was already Aleksander’s ninth goal this season in the BGL Ligue.

Portugal, Ledman Liga Pro, Varzim – Estoril 0:0
Marko Pavlovski made a late substitute appearance for Varzim as he was introduced two minutes from time to replace Nelsinho.

Serbia, SuperLiga, Proleter – Mladost 2:0
Jovan Markoski was an unused substitute for Mladost.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Teleoptik – Bačka Topola 0:4
Marko Shishkov was all minutes part of Teleoptik’s defense as his team was demolished at home by Bačka Topola.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Ružomberok – Zemplín 0:0
Brian Iloski didn’t make the visitors matchday squad.

Sweden, Svenska Cupen Group 3, Degerfors – Östers 1:3
Daniel Janevski started for Degerfors and lasted all minutes on the pitch. In the 52nd minute Daniel also received a yellow card.

Sweden, Svenska Cupen Group 3, Malmö – Falkenberg 2:0
Erdal Rakip opened on Malmö’s bench and played from the 83rd minute after he substituted Anders Bleg Christiansen.

Sweden, Svenska Cupen Group 7, Djurgården – Elfsborg 3:2
Besard Sabović spent the entire game on the hosts bench, while for Elfsborg Deniz Hümmet started in attack and played 61 minutes before he was replaced by Stefan Ishizaki.

Sweden, Svenska Cupen Group 8, GAIS – Nyköping 4:3
Goalkeeper Marko Johansson wasn’t part of GAIS’ squad as he is still recovering from the injury he suffered during the attack from the last round.

Switzerland, Super League, Grasshoppers – Luzern 1:3
Nedim Bajrami was an unused substitute for Grasshoppers.

Turkey, Süper Lig, Kasımpaşa – Trabzonspor 2:2
Haris Hajradinović played the second half for the home side as he came off the bench directly after the half-time break. At that point his team was two goals down, but responded with two goals to share the points.

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