Macedonian internationals performances (28.05-31.05.2021)

It was a quiet weekend for the potential internationals without goals and assists, but also a lot were not active as some leagues already ended. New on the list is Matthew Bozinovski who is active in Down Under.

photo by Melbourne Victory FC: Matthew Bozhinovski (R) in action for Melbourne Victory

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Albania, Cup Final, Skënderbeu – Vllaznia today at 19:00 CET
Bekim RedjepiMevlan Adili / Demir Imeri / Aleksandar Isaevski

Armenia, Bardzraguyn Khumb, Alashkert – Ararat-Armenia 1:0
Aleksandar Damchevski wasn’t called up by the visitors for this game.

Australia, Hyundai A-League, Western United – Melbourne Victory 1:6
Matthew Bozhinovski wasn’t part of the visitors matchday squad as he is currently in Macedonia with the U21 national team. Matthew is born in Australia, but his parents are Macedonians from Bitola and Prilep, so the central defender decided to represent internationally Macedonia.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Sloboda – Borac 0:0
Boban Georgiev wasn’t called up by Borac for this game.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Olimpik – Sarajevo 0:3
Krste Velkoski wasn’t part of Sarajevo’s squad as he is with the Macedonian national team.

Bosnia Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Mladost – Velež 0:1
Konstantin Cheshmedjiev didn’t make the visitors matchday squad.

Bulgaria, Parva Liga relegation play off, Botev Vratsa – Septemvri Sofia 1:0
Dorian Babunski for Botev and Mario Ilievski for Septemvri both played 90 minutes at center-forward for their respective teams, Mario also received a yellow card in the 74th minute. Dorian’s team won thanks to a goal in the 76th minute, thus they will continues in the Bulgarian top tier, while Mario’s team stays in the 2nd tier.

Bulgaria, Parva Liga Conference League play- offs, Arda – Cherno More 1:0
Vlatko Drobarov was all minutes in central defense as his team lost the important game at Arda. Vlatko also got a yellow card in the 4th minute of stoppage time.

Cyprus, Protáthlima Cyta, Doxa – Enosi Neon 1:0
Darko Glishikj played the whole match for the home team and earned a yellow card in the second half. Damjan Shishkovski is already with the Macedonian national team, while Dushko Trajchevski didn’t play on this match. Filip Gachevski also didn’t play for the away team.

Cyprus, Protáthlima Cyta, Paphos – Ethnikos 1:2
Jovan Kostovski entered the match in the 57th minute, while Martin Bogatinov didn’t play on this match.

Kazakhstan, Premer Ligasy, Ordabasy – Shakhter 0:0
David Atanaskoski was an unused substitute for the away team.

Kazakhstan, Premer Ligasy, Tobol – Aktobe 2:1
Aleksa Amanovikj played the whole match for Tobol.

Latvia, Optibet Virslīga, RFS – Daugavpils 2:1
Darko Micevski played 90 minutes for RFS and earned a yellow card in the first half, while Jovan Popzlatanov wasn’t included in home team’s squad.

Romania, Liga I Betano, Sepsi – Viitorul 1:0
David Babunski didn’t play for Viitorul in the Playoff match.

Romania, Liga I Betano, Calarasi – Voluntari 1:2
Viktor Angelov was in Voluntari’s starting lineup and played until the 62nd minute on the Relegation playoff match.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga Conference League play-off, Žilina – ViOn Zlaté Moravce-Vrable 3:2 AET
Enis Fazlagikj for the hosts and Tomche Grozdanovski for the visitors were starters in midfield. Enis lasted on the pitch until the 3rd minute of stoppage time, while Tomche played 113 minutes. Eventually, Fazlagikj’s team had the better end as they netted the game winner in the 101st minute.

Spain, Segunda División, Rayo Vallecano – Lugo 0:1
Stole Dimitrievski spent all minutes on the bench as Rayo’s reserve goalkeeper.

Spain, Segunda División, Ponferradina – Mallorca 2:2
Aleksandar Trajkovski didn’t play for Mallorca as he is part of the Macedonian national team.

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