Macedonian internationals performances

Shumulikoski after his goal; photo: denik.czArijan Ademi recorded a nice goal for Dinamo Zagreb, Daniel Mojsov received a red card for Brann in a game where he also had a goal wrongly disallowed for offside, Veliche Shumulikoski netted a rare goal for Slovácko, while three Macedonian players got on the scoresheet in Thailand.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Gent – Mechelen 3:1
Tome Pachovski played from the start for Mechelen and conceded all three goals in the 2nd half after his club had a 0:1 lead at the halftime break.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Lokeren – Zulte Waregem 2:1
Aleksandar Trajkovski came off the bench for Zulte Waregem in the 55th minute to replace Theo Bongonda.  Trajkovski created three good chances in the 61st, 75th and 83rd minute, but he was denied each time (including hitting the post on his third opportunity).

Belgium, Belgacom League, Racing Mechelen – OH Leuven 0:1
Jovan Kostovski played all 90 minutes for OH Leuven who opened the Belgian second division season with a narrow road win over Racing Mechelen.

Austria, Tipico Bundesliga, Austria Wien – SCR Altach 0:0
Vanche Shikov was not included in the Austria Wien squad due to a red card suspension.  Shikov was suspended for one game, so he will be eligible to return in the next match.

Austria, Tipico Bundesliga, Sturm Graz – Magna Wiener Neustadt 4:2
Aleksandar Todorovski opened at right-back for Sturm Graz and featured until the 65th minute when he was substituted by Lukas Spendlhofer.

Switzerland, Raiffeisen Super League, St. Gallen – Luzern 2:1
Muhamed Demiri started for St. Gallen and played until the 70th minute when he was replaced by Marco Mathys, the player who equalized score at 1:1 in the 78th minute.  St. Gallen then grabbed the game winner with a late goal by Džengis Čavušević.  As for Demiri, he was received a yellow card in the 53rd minute for a bad foul.

Switzerland, Challenge League, Schaffhausen – Biel-Bienne 0:0
Ezgjan Alioski played the entire game for Schaffhausen and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet in the goalless draw with Biel-Bienne.

Switzerland, Challenge League, Winterthur – Chiasso 1:0
Zoran Baldovaliev made his league debut for Chiasso by playing all 90 minutes in the slim road defeat against Winterthur.

Denmark, Superliga, Hobro – Brøndby 2:0
Ferhan Hasani was given a rest by Brøndby and did not make the matchday squad for the trip to Hobro.

Denmark, NordicBet Ligaen, Køge – Viborg 2:3
Aleksandar Stankov got the start for Viborg and played until the 68th minute when he was substituted by Jeff Mensah, while his twin brother and teammate Antonio Stankov played all 90 minutes at right-back.

Croatia, MAXtv Prva Liga, Dinamo Zagreb – Zadar 5:0
Arijan Ademi started in defensive midfield for Dinamo Zagreb and played until the 70th minute when he made way for Gonçalo Santos.  Ademi scored the second Dinamo goal in the 28th minute with an outstanding strike from long range.

Video of the goal by Ademi:

Croatia, MAXtv Prva Liga, Zagreb – Lokomotiva 2:0
Besart Abdurahimi was not included in the 18 player matchday squad by Zagreb.

Poland, T-Mobile Ekstraklasa, Lech Poznań – Wisła Kraków 2:3
Ostoja Stjepanovikj is sidelined for Wisła Kraków with a torn ACL in his right knee.

Romania, Liga I Bergenbier, Pandurii – CFR Cluj 0:0
Mirko Ivanovski was once again not among the 18 players called up by CFR Cluj for the trip away to Pandurii.

Romania, Liga I Bergenbier, Oțelul Galați – Concordia 1:2
Filip Timov played the opening 45 minutes for Concordia before he was replaced at the start of the 2nd half by Daniel Florea, while his teammate Hristijan Dragarski was an unused substitute.

Romania, Liga I Bergenbier, Viitorul – Rapid București 1:2
Boban Nikolov was an unused substitute for Viitorul.

Norway, Tippeligaen, Lillestrøm – Brann 4:3
Daniel Mojsov started at CB for Brann and played until the 81st minute when he received his second yellow card of the game, leading to a dismissal.  Mojsov had an eventful match to say the least.  He scored what looked to be a valid goal in the 27th minute that was wrongly disallowed for offside.  He then managed to pick two yellow cards, leaving Brann with 10 men.  Brann led 2:3 at the time of the red card, but the home side took advantage of the extra player and scored two goals the rest of the way to clinch three points.

Daniel’s disallowed goal (at 1:27) and red card (at 6:28):

Norway, Tippeligaen, Strømsgodset – Sogndal 1:1
Stefan Ashkovski was not included in the matchday squad by Strømsgodset.

Bulgaria, A Group, Levski – Lokomotiv Sofia 1:0
Kristijan Naumovski stayed on the bench for Levski as the #2 keeper behind Stefano Kunchev.

Bulgaria, A Group, Slavia – CSKA Sofia 2:2
Kire Ristevski played the entire game for Slavia who twice came back from a goal down to collect a hard fought point against CSKA Sofia.  Ristevski was also shown a yellow card in the 87th minute.

Bulgaria, A Group, Litex Lovech – Beroe 2:1
Stefan Spirovski opened on the bench for Beroe before he made a late substitute appearance in the 82nd minute to replace Samir Ayass.  Beroe suffered a tough loss by conceding the game winner deep into stoppage time of the 90th minute.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, DAC Dunajská Streda – Košice 3:1
Darko Tofiloski was not included in the matchday squad by Košice.  Tofiloski has recently been linked with Khazar Lankaran in newspapers from Azerbaijan.

Thailand, Toyota Thai Premier League, Muangthong United – PTT Rayong 3:0
Mario Gjurovski played until the 80th minute for Muangthong United and recorded two goals in the 7th and 76th minute.  Mario’s first goal came on shot from close range, while his second came on a converted penalty kick after his teammate Milan Babulo was brought down inside the area.

Video of the first (at 1:25) and second (at 6:35) goals by Gjurovski:

Thailand, Toyota Thai Premier League, Army United – Bangkok Glass 2:1
Both Darko Tasevski and Bazhe Ilijoski played the entire game for Bangkok Glass.  Ilijoski was credited with the lone goal for the visitors in the 39th minute, but on replay it looked like an own goal after the Army United keeper and two defenders made a terrible effort in dealing with a cross from the right.

The goal credited to Ilijoski (at 3:42):

Thailand, Toyota Thai Premier League, Chainat – Police United 1:1
Borche Manevski started in attack for Chainat and played until the 70th minute in the home draw against Police United.

Thailand, Toyota Thai Premier League, Bangkok United – Songkhla 5:2
Muzafer Ejupi came off the bench for Songkhla in the 63rd minute and scored the last goal of the game in the 87th minute when he rounded the keeper and scored into an empty net.  His team scored the first and last goals of the match, but Bangkok United scored five goals in between that for a decisive win.

Video of the goal by Ejupi (at 4:36):

Czech Republic, Synot Liga, Slovácko – Bohemians 1905 4:1
Veliche Shumulikoski played all 90 minutes for Slovácko and scored the second goal for the home team in the 54th minute.  Shumulikoski exchanged passes with several teammates before netting a simple goal from close range.

To view Veliche’s goal, click here.

Czech Republic, Synot Liga, Slovan Liberec – Příbram 0:0
Zoran Danoski opened the game on the bench for Příbram before he was introduced in the 65th minute to take the place of Martin Fillo.

South Korea, K-League Classic, Jeonbuk – Jeonnam 2:0
Stevica Ristikj started on the bench for Jeonnam before he entered the game in the 58th minute replacing fellow striker Lee In-Kyu.

Netherlands, Super Cup, Zwolle – Ajax 1:0
Denis Mahmudov was an unused substitute for Zwolle who clinched the Super Cup trophy with the impressive win over Dutch powerhouse Ajax.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Norrköping – Häcken 0:0
Leonard Zuta was an unused substitute for Häcken.

Kazakhstan, Premier League, Ordabasy – Kaisar 2:1
Dushan Savikj was not among the 18 players called up by Kaisar.

Belarus, Kubak Belarusi, Minsk – Shakhtyor 3:0
Predrag Rangjelovikj played the entire game for Minsk and also received a yellow card in the 55th minute.

Slovenia, PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, Zavrč – Domžale 0:2
Zeni Husmani played all 90 minutes for Domžale who scored one goal apiece near the end of each half to notch a road victory over Zavrč.

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