Dilly Duka accomplished a great game for Columbus Crew, while Orhan Ademi provided an assist in the Austrian Bundesliga.
Austria, Bundesliga, Ried – Rapid 4:2
Orhan Ademi opened at centre-forward for Ried and played 70 minutes. Ademi provided the assist for Ried’s first goal of the game scored by Mathias Honsak.
Belgium, First Division A, Westerlo – Waasland-Beveren 1:0
Erdin Demir played all minutes at left-back for the visitors as his team suffered a narrow loss on the road against Westerlo.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Radnik – Željezničar 1:2
Vedran Kjosevski was the starting goalkeeper for Željezničar and conceded one goal in the win away to Radnik.
Finland, Veikkausliiga, Mariehamn – Pallokerho-35 4:2
Calvin N’Sombo opened on the visitors bench and played the last ten minutes after he replaced Karim Jouini.
Netherlands, Eredivisie, Heracles – Twente 1:1
Dejan Trajkovski started at left-back for Twente and played the entire game.
Norway, Tippeligaen, Haugesund – Sarpsborg 08 1:1
Haris Hajradinović opened in midfield for Haugesund and played the whole game.
Sweden, Allsvenskan, Häcken – Malmö 2:4
Erdal Rakip started on the left wing for Malmö and played until the 75th minute, while his teammate, goalie Marko Johansson, didn’t make the matchday squad.
Sweden, Allsvenskan, Djurgården – Örebro 3:2
Besard Šabović was an unused substitute for the home team.
Switzerland, Brack.ch Challenge League, Wohlen – Zürich 0:5
Muhamed Seferi spent all minutes on Wohlen’s bench.
USA, MLS, Columbus Crew – Chicago Fire 3:0
Dilly Duka started in attacking midfield for Columbus Crew and played until the 63rd minute. Duka was the man of the match as he collected one goal and assist apiece. First he provided the assist in the 50th minute and just nine minutes later he scored his teams last goal.
Click here to view Duka’s assist (at 2:15) and goal (at 2:50).