Potential internationals performances (09-12.11 ’18)

This past weekend Haris Hajradinović and Nedim Bajrami scored important goals for their respective teams to help them to collect three points each.

photo by Vjeran Zganec Rodulja/PIXSELL: Hajradinović (#30) celebrates with teammates

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Australia, A-League, Newcastle United Jets – Sydney 1:1
Ben Kantarovski started in defensive midfield for Newcastle and played until the 71st minute when he made way for Micholas Cowburn.

Australia, A-League, Melbourne City – Wellington Phoenix 2:0
Neither James Delianov nor Dylan Pierias were part of Melbourne’s matchday squad.

Austria, Bundesliga, Austria – Salzburg 0:2
Uroš Matić made the start for Austria and played all minutes as his team suffered a home loss against Austrian giants RB Salzburg. It was a tough loss as the visitors netted both goals after the 86th minute.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Zulte Waregem – Lokeren 2:0
Erdin Demir didn’t make the hosts squad for this game.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Željezničar – Tuzla City 2:3
Vedran Kjosevski was on goal for the hosts and conceded three goals in the narrow loss against Tuzla City.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Slaven Belupo – Osijek 0:2
Haris Hajradinović began on the right wing for Osijek and played a big role in the away win to Slaven as Haris opened the score in the 58th minute. 22 minutes later he also received a yellow card. Haris is in great shape as this was already his sixth goal of the season, furthermore he provided four assists.

Haris’ goal (at 2:10):

Greece, Super League, Levadiakos – OFI 2:1
Marko Markovski started at center-forward for Levadiakos and played the whole game. In the 71st minute Marko was also booked with a yellow card.

Portugal, Ledman Liga Pro, Oliveirense – Varzim 3:0
Marko Pavlovski began in central midfield for Varzim but played only until the 37th minute. Eventually, his team lost on the road against Oliveirense.

Serbia, SuperLiga, Mladost – Vojvodina 1:0
Jovan Markoski opened on Mladost’s bench and played from the 79th minute after he took the place of Lazar Jovanović.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Teleoptik – Novi Pazar 0:0
Marko Shishkov made the start for Teleoptik and was 90 minutes part of a defense that kept a clean sheet.

Serbia, Prva Liga, TSC – Sinđelić 1:1
Igor Jovanovski wasn’t part of the visitors matchday squad.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Slovan – Zemplín 6:0
Brian Iloski opened on the right wing for Zemplín and played the first half as he was replaced directly after the half-time break. His team was three goals down at that point and conceded three more goals in the second half.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Brommapojkarna – Trelleborg 3:0
Marko Johansson was Trelleborg’s starting goalkeeper and conceded three goals in the loss away to Brommapojkarna, while his teammate Deniz Hümmet started in attacking midfield and also lasted all minutes on the pitch. This was the last round of this year’s Swedish top flight and Trelleborg was relegated to the second tier as they finished on the last place.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Djurgården – Sirius 1:0
Besard Sabović made the hosts bench and played from the 77th minute when he substituted Niklas Barkroth. After the last round Djurgården ended up on the seventh position in a league of 16 teams.

Switzerland, Super League, Xamax – Grasshoppers 2:3
Nedim Bajrami began in central midfield for Grasshoppers and played almost the entire game as he was replaced in the 90th minute. In minute 59 it was Nedim who netted his teams second goal with a right-footed shot from inside the box.

Nedim’s goal (at 1:27):

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