Macedonia defeated and outplayed its biggest rival for the first place in the Group D and tops the group with two wins from two matches. photo by Filip Zdraveski: view at the game After Thursday’s 2:0 road win over Gibraltar, Macedonia hosted table top rivals Armenia in Skopje in the second round of the UEFA
9th September 2018, 18.00 CET MACEDONIA 2:0 ARMENIA HT 1:0 Goals: 14′ (pen) Ezgjan Alioski, 59′ Goran Pandev Stadium: National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje Attendance: 6.000 MKD ARM 1. Stole Dimitrievski (GK) 2. Hayk Ishkhanyan 4. Kire Ristevski 3. Varazdat Haroyan 5. Visar Musliu 6. Karlen Mkrtchyan 7. Ivan Trichkovski 56′ 9. Gor
Macedonia opened the Nations League campaign with an expected win over Gibraltar away thanks to the goals by Ivan Trichkovski and Ezgjan Alioski. photo: moment of the match The match started with most of the 22 players in Gibraltar’s half. This seemed like the hosts will take on a defensive approach. However, the opening 15
6th September 2018, 20.45 CET GIBRALTAR 0:2 MACEDONIA HT 0:2 Goals: 19′ Ivan Trichkovski, 35′ Ezgjan Alioski Stadium: Victoria in Gibraltar Attendance: 3.000 GIB MKD 1. Kyle Goldwin (GK) 1. Stole Dimitrievski (GK) 3. Joseph Chipolina (C) 4. Kire Ristevski 4. Jack Sergeant 5. Visar Musliu 7. Lee Casciaro 90’+3 7. Ivan Trichkovski 89′ 8.
Armenian national team coach Vardan Minasyan announced the squad list for the upcoming Nations League visit to Skopje where Armenia will match Macedonia in what is supposed to be a clash for the table top. photo by FFA: a recent photo of the Armenian national team Unlike the Macedonian coach who called up only 18
National team coach Igor Angelovski has eventually revealed the list of summoned players for the opening two matches of the UEFA Nations League against Gibraltar and Armenia. photo by Filip Zdraveski: Angelovski (R) during the squad release press-conference Angelovski summoned only 18 players for the upcoming Nations League matches against Gibraltar and Armenia. Among then