U19: Latvia – Macedonia 1:2 (Video)

Our U19 national team from 6-12th of September will take a part at the Federation Cup friendly tournament in Latvia, together with the hosts, Ukraine and Faroe Islands.

photo by LFF: the Macedonian team on the first match

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At the opening game of the tournament Macedonia was the better rival than Latvia and won the game thanks to a brace by Bojan Kolevski in the second half. The hosts only managed to score a consolations goal in the 80th minute through substitute Ozoliņš who scored seconds after entering the pitch. Head coach Goran Stankovski used nearly all available players except for Timevski and Dodevski who remained on the bench.

Highlights:

Zemgales Olimpiskā centra stadium in Jelgava
Latvia Latvia – Macedonia Macedonia 1:2 (0:0)
Goals: 80′ Rihards Ozoliņš – 57′, 75′ Bojan Kolevski
Latvia: 12. Soloha; 11. Zelenkovs, 9. Samoilovs, Veips (C), 6. Titovs, 21. Cucurs (71. 16. Zēģele), 8. Andersons (80′ 20. Ozoliņš), 7. Birka, 18. Lūsiņš (71′ 14. Tālbergs), 3. Frolovs, 10. Toņiševs (90’+4 4. Korotkovs).
Macedonia: 1. Velkovski; 3. Antovski, 13. Ivanovski (83′ 2. Panovski), 4. Naumchevski, 5. Simonovski (71′ 15. Dimov), 6. Osmanoski (83′ 10. Ferati), 7. Grozdanovski, 8. Taleski (60′ 16. Adem), 9. Kolevski (C) (84′ 19. Trpchevski), 14. Naumoski (60′ 18. Ljuma), 17. Berisha (73′ 11. Gjorgjievski).
Yellow cards: Titovs (L), Adem (M)
Red cards: /

In the other game Unkraine defeated the Faroe Island with 3:0. On the 8th Macedonia will play against Ukraine, while on the 10th will face the Faroe Islands. Both games will be played in the capital city of Riga.

This is the list of the summoned players for this tournament:

Metodija Vlekovski – Vardar Macedonia
Bojan Timevski – Sasa Macedonia

Zoran Ivanovski – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Borjan Panovski – Rabotnichki Macedonia
Filip Antovski – Vardar Macedonia
Kristijan Dodevski – Rabotnichki Macedonia
Stefan Simonovski – Rabotnichki Macedonia
Stefan Naumchevski – Vardar Macedonia
Hristijan Dimov – Inter Croatia

Anes Osmanoski – Unterhaching Germany
Tomche Grozdanovski – Kozhuf Macedonia
Ali Adem – Vardar Macedonia
Besnik Ferati – Partizani Albania
Alex Taleski – Vardar Macedonia

Jakup Berisha – Vardar Macedonia
Mario Naumoski – Pobeda Macedonia
Ensar Ljuma – Shkendija Macedonia
Marko Gjorgjievski – Borec Macedonia
Bojan Kolevski – Vardar Macedonia
Kire Trpchevski – Nju Stars Macedonia

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