2015 Super Cup match report

23rd September 2015, 20.00 CET VARDAR 1:1 RABOTNICHKI (4:3 p.s.o.) HT 1:0 Goals: 11′ Filip Ivanovski – 47′ Bazhe Ilijoski Stadium: National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje Attendance: 1.124 VAR RAB 3. Goran Popov 2. Leon Najdovski 4. Nemanja Mijušković 15′ 6. Sebastián Herrera Cardona 34′ 75′ 9. Dejan Blazhevski 73′ 10. Bazhe

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Filip Ivanovski

Original name: Филип Ивановски Passport version: Filip Ivanovski IPA: ˈfilip ˈivanɔfski Nickname: Ficho Club shirt name: Ivanovski Position: striker Born on 01.05.1985 in Skopje, Macedonia Club: FK Belasica AD Strumica, Macedonia Former clubs: FK Vardar Skopje , FK Rabotnichki Skopje , FK Alumina Skopje , FK Makedonija Gjorche Petrov Skopje , Dyskobolia Grodzisk Wielkopolski SSA

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Fri/Sat internationals performances

Five internationals scored this Friday and Saturday. Starting with Goran Pandev who scored the first goal in Lazio’s win over Roma in the derby della capitale. Ilco Naumoski scored for Mattersburg in a very important win, but got an injury. Filip Ivanovski scored again in Poland for Polonia, Zoran Zlatkovski scored for Vihren in Bulgaria,

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Fri/Sat internationals performances

Kemal Alomerovik scored one of the two goals in his team’s victory in Hungary, Filip Ivanovski brought the win to his team in Poland, Boban Grncarov also scored but failed to win in Israel, while Velice Sumulikoski played his first game for Ipswich after a long absence.

Fri/Sat internationals performances

With his goal, Vlatko Grozdanoski brought Vojvodina valuable three points in the Serbian First League. Igor Mitreski suffered the first defeat after he joined Germinal Beerschot, Aco Stojkov assisted, Ostoja Stjepanović made a penalty, while Robert Popov played his first game after the long absence due to injury.

Macedonian internationals performances

Vance Sikov scored a winning goal with whom he brought the three points to his Cypriot team, Ethnikos Achnas. Stevica Ristić also scored, Filip Ivanovski, Kemal Alomerovik and Zoran Baldovaliev assisted in their teams, Oka Nikolov got back on the field in Frankfurt, Mirsad Mijadinovski keeps winning, while Gjoko Hadzievski outplayed Artim Sakiri and Zekirija

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