U19 beat Bulgaria, U17 draw Hungary

Two of our national teams played friendly matches today as part of the preparations for their qualifying tournaments this autumn.

Our U19 national team defeated Bulgaria 2:1 in Simitli with a better performance in the second half of the match while our U17 national team played a 2:2 draw with Hungary in Skopje despite their 2:0 lead in the first 17 minutes of the match.
Both Macedonian teams will play one more game against the same rivals on 5th of September.

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Struma stadium in Simitli, Bulgaria Bulgaria
Bulgaria Bulgaria U19 – Macedonia Macedonia U19 1:2 (0:0)
88′ Filip Krastev – 51′ (pen) Agon Elezi, 75′ Kire Trpchevski
Bulgaria: Ivan Dichevski, Dimitar Stoyanov, Hristiyan Petrov, Dimitar Balinov, Aleksandar Markis, Martin Atanasov, Kristian Varbanov, Stanislav Shopov, Martin D. Petkov, Asen Donchev, Ivaylo Ivanov. Also played: Aleksandar Todorov, Denislav Angelov, Patrik-Gabriel Galchev, Filip Krastev, Emanuel Mirchev, Yumit Mustafa.
Macedonia: Matej Andov, Georgije Jankulov, Vane Tasevski, Aleksandar Gjurkovski (80′ Bozhidar Mitrevski), Bojan Dimoski (88′ Kushtrim Tairi), Jeton Dauti (80′ Ivan Nikolov), Agon Elezi, Dimitar Todorovski (63′ Arbi Vosha), Metodi Maksimov, Kire Trpchevski, Djemal Ibishi (63′ David Toshevski).

Petar Miloshevski stadium in Skopje Macedonia
Macedonia Macedonia U17 – Hungary Hungary U17 2:2 (2:1)
12′ Dashmir Elezi, 17′ Kristijan Taseski – 30′ Zsombor Bakos, 51′ Attila Szujó
Macedonia: 1. Stefan Mitrev; 3. Kristijan Taseski, 6. Borche Gogov, 7. Rezart Kokolari, 9. Dashmir Elezi, 10. Martin Talakov, 11. Filip Trpchevski, 13. Abdula Hasani, 14. Andrej Stojchevski, 15. Hristijan Nikolovski, 16. Albin Limani. Bench: 12. Dushan Gerasimovski, 2. Samet Redjepi, 4. Hristijan Georgievski, 5. Filip Gjorgovski, 8. Oktaj Rakipi, 17. Vane Krstevski, 18. Alban Taipi, 19. Vasko Gligorov, 20. Gregori Davkov.
Hungary: 1. Zsombor Senkó, 2. Gergő Varga, 3. Mark Halembai, 4. Kevin Török, 6. Dominik Sztojka, 8. Artúr Horváth, 9. Dániel Németh, 10. Botond Farkas, 14. Zsombor Puskás, 15. Attila Szujó, 19. Szombor Bakos. Bench: 12. Marsel Kovács, 5. János Mayer, 7. Mátyás Kovács, 13. Mark Fuzku, 16. Botond Bartha, 17. Donát Varga, 18. Tamás Kispál, 20. Máté Sós, 21. Gergő Vámos.

Goran Stankovski called up these 20 players for the friendly:

Stefan Mitrev – Aarau Switzerland
Dushan Gerasimovski – Rabotnichki Macedonia

Kristijan Taseski – Augsburg Germany
Filip Gjorgovski – Vardar Macedonia
Borche Gogov – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Andrej Stojchevski – Vardar Macedonia
Samet Redjepi – Shkupi Macedonia
Hristijan Nikolovski – Freiburger Germany
Gregori Davkov– Vardar Macedonia
Vane Krstevski – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Oktaj Rakipi – Shkendija Macedonia
Martin Talakov – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Hristijan Georgievski – Rabotnichki Macedonia
Vasko Gligorov – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Dashmir Elezi – Shkendija Macedonia
Alban Taipi – Renova Macedonia
Filip Trpchevski – Häcken Sweden
Rezart Kokolari – Azzuri LS 90 Switzerland
Abdula Hasani – Vardar Macedonia
Albin Limani – Solothurn Switzerland

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