Macedonian internationals performances

Fazli converts the penalty; photo: FC WilSavikj, Rangjelovikj and Fazli scored, Gjurovski assisted, while Neziri lost the title in Moldova after a defeat in a sudden death match.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League play-off II, Genk – Charleroi 5:1
Gjoko Zajkov was an unused substitute for Charleroi. The season in Belgium is over for Zajkov and he will now move back to Rennes. It’s still uncertain whether he will receive a chance from Rennes or he will be loaned out again, or maybe even sold.

Bulgaria, A Grupa, Pirin – Lokomotiv Plovdiv 1:2
Vancho Trajanov opened on Lokomotiv’s bench and played the last half hour after he replaced fellow midfielder Georgi Valchev. Trajanov’s teammate, Stefan Jevtoski, wasn’t called up. This was the last game of this season and Lokomotiv finished on the 5th position out of ten teams.

Iceland, Úrvalsdeild, Fylkir – Fjölnir 2:2
Daniel Ivanovski was not in the squad for this game.

Italy, Serie A promotion play-off, Bari – Novara 3:4 AET
Nikola Jakimovski stayed on the bench as Bari disappointed its fans by getting eliminated at home and ending the dream of returning to Serie A.

Kazakhstan, Premier League, Ordabasy – Zhetysu 0:1
This was a successfull weekend for Zhetysu’s Macedonian trio as all of them made the start and Dushan Savikj even netted the game winner in the 11th minute. Savikj played all minutes in the away game, while Marko Simonovski played until the 55th minute. Meanwhile, Gjorgji Mojsov nearly played the entire game as he was substituted in the 2nd minute of stoppage time.

Savikj’s goal (at 0:19):

Kazakshtan, Premier League, Atyrau – Irtysh 0:1
Aleksandar Damchevski made the start for Atyrau and played until the 61st minute when Aleksandr Makas took his place.

Kazakshtan, Premier League, Aktobe – Astana 0:1
Besart Abdurahimi began on Astana’s bench and played from the 71st minute as a refreshment for his team’s offense. Twelve minutes later Astana scored the game winner to down Aktobe on the road.

Moldova, Divizia Naționala title play-off, Sheriff – Dacia 1:0
Medjit Neziri opened in defense for Dacia and played until the 90th minute when he made way for centre-forward Vadim Cemîrtan. That was Dacia’s last action to strengthen their offense as they needed a goal to avoid the loss against Sheriff. The effort was in vain as Sheriff kept a clean sheet and thus gained the title thanks to Goran Galešić’s goal in the 87th minute.

Medjit Neziri in Dacia's starting line-up (in the middle); photo: FC Dacia

Montenegro, Telekom 1.CFL, Rudar – Petrovac 1:1
Stefan Trajkovikj did not appear for Petrovac as the sesaon ended in Montenegro. But, not for his team who ended up second-to-last and will enter the relegation play-offs.

South Korea, K-League Classic, Seongnam – Incheon United 0:1
Krste Velkoski started in attack for Incheon and played untill 64th minute when he made way for Kim Do-Hyuk.

South Korea, K-League Classic, Seoul – Jeonnam Dragons 1:1
Stevica Ristikj was an unused substitute for Jeonnam.

Sweden, Superettan, Dalkurd – Frej 2:0
Predrag Rangjelovikj played entire match for Dalkurd. He scored the second goal for his team at 77th minute of the game.

Rangjelovikj’s goal (at 1:02):

Switzerland, Challenge League, Wil – Lausanne 2:3
Samir Fazli came of the hosts bench at 85th minute replacing Erhan Yilmaz. He scored the last goal of the game from the penalty kick at 90th minute of the game but his team didn’t avoid the home defeat.

Thailand, Toyota Thai Premier League, Chonburi – Bangkok United 0:1
Mario Gjurovski played whole match for Bangkok United and he assisted for his teams winner at 70th minute of the game after sending a cross from a free kick.

Gjurovski’s assist:

Thailand, Toyota Thai Premier League, Suphanburi – Bangkok Glass 1:2
Darko Tasevski didn’t play for the visitors.

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