Potential internationals performances (07-10.12 ’18)

The winter break already started in some countries, thus there is not a lot of action for the potential internationals.

photo by FK Metalac Gornji Milanovac: Marko Shishkov (#6) in action for Teleoptik

Advertisements

Australia, A-League, Newcastle United Jets – Brisbane Roar 2:0
Ben Kantarovski was fielded in defensive midfield by Newcastle and played all minutes as his team collected three points against Brisbane.

Australia, A-League, Perth Glory – Melbourne City 1:0
James Delianov and Dylan Pierias didn’t make the visitors matchday squad.

Austria, Bundesliga, Mattersburg – Austria 2:1
Uroš Matić started in midfield for Austria and played all minutes in the loss away to Mattersburg.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Royal Excel – Zulte Waregem 0:0
Erdin Demir was the whole match on the visitors bench.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Gorica – Osijek 1:2
Haris Hajradinović made Osijek’s bench and played from the 82nd minute in the narrow win away to Gorica.

Greece, Super League, Panionios – Levadiakos 1:1
Marko Markovski opened on the visitors bench and played from the 67th minute when he replaced Lenny Nangis.

Portugal, Ledman Liga Pro, Arouca – Varzim 0:1
Marko Pavlovski was the entire game on the pitch as his team Varzim collected three points on the road against Arouca.

Serbia, SuperLiga, Zemun – Mladost 0:3
Jovan Markoski made a late substitute appearance in Mladost’s comfortable win away to Zemun as he was introduced in the 84th minute.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Teleoptik – Metalac 1:2
Marko Shishkov was a starter for Teleoptik and played all minutes in the narrow home loss against Metalac.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Podbrezová – Zemplín 0:1
Brian Iloski was an unused substitute for the visiting side.

Switzerland, Super League, Grasshoppers – Luzern 2:3
Nedim Bajrami was all minutes in midfield and netted Grasshoppers equalizer in the 11th minute. The hosts were again one goal down and equalized, but conceded a third goal in the 79th minute what meant to be Luzern’s game winner. Nedim also received a yellow card in the 90th minute.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *