Hat-trick for Ristić

Midweek internationals performances‏

Hat-trick for RistićDragan Georgiev with a goal for Mainz 05 against Panathinaikos, Stevica Ristić with a hat-trick for Bunyodkor, Filip Ivanovski scores twice for Ethnikos Achnas, Aco Stojkov and Vance Sikov scored once for their respective teams, while Velice Sumulikoski is on trial at Crystal Palace.

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Dynamo Kyiv – Gent 3:0
Goran Popov did not play for Dynamo Kyiv because of an injury.  When asked about Popov’s status on Tuesday, Dynamo Kyiv manager Valery Gazzaev stated Popov would not play against Gent but they expect him to play on the weekend against Sevastopol.

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Partizan – HJK Helsinki 3:0
Aleksandar Lazevski was given the start at LB as Joseph Kizito sustained an injury in training and Lazevski played all 90 minutes and had a solid game as Partizan dominated their opponents from Finland.

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Debreceni – Basel 0:2
Mirsad Mijadinoski played the entire game for Debreceni.

UEFA Europa League, Third Qualifying Round, APOEL – Jablonec 1:0
Boban Grncarov played all 90 minutes for APOEL while his teammate Ivan Trickovski started on the bench before he came on in the 77th minute replacing Charalambides.

UEFA Europa League, Third Qualifying Round, Kalmar – Levski 1:1
Darko Tasevski started for Levski and played until the 69th minute.  Levski was leading 1:0 at that point but Kalmar equalized in the 83rd minute.

Switzerland, Challenge League, Aarau – Locarno 2:0
Aco Stojkov started on the bench for Aarau before he came on in the 65th minute replacing Patrick Bengondo.  Stojkov is still getting fit after a lingering injury limited him to playing in only two friendlies this summer.  The score was 1:0 when Stojkov entered the game and he put the game away in the 90th minute when he received a pass from David Marazzi and scored past the Locarno keeper to give his team the 2:0 lead and hand Aarau all three points in the first round of the Swiss Challenge League.

Kazakhstan, Premier League, Lokomotiv Astana – Ordabasy 1:0
Vlade Lazarevski played the entire game for Lokomotiv Astana while his teammate Bobi Bozinovski started on the bench before he entered the game in the 76th minute replacing Valeriu Andronic.

Uzbekistan, Uzbek Oily League, Bunyodkor – Nasaf 5:0
Stevica Ristić started and scored a hat-trick for Bunyodkor.  Ristić scored his goals in the 57th, 80th, and 82nd minute before he was substituted in the 86th minute.

Slovakia, Corgoň Liga, Košice – Dukla Banská Bystrica 1:1
Macedonian keeper Darko Tofiloski recently signed with Košice and played all 90 minutes for his new team.  He will wear #1.

Friendly, Panathinaikos – Mainz 05 0:2
Nikolce Noveski started and played until the 62nd minute for Mainz but the story of this game was fellow Macedonian Dragan Georgiev who entered the game in the 62nd minute and scored on a beautiful left footed shot from 18 meters in the 72nd minute.  After the game, Mainz manager Thomas Tuchel praised the discipline of his defense and was especially happy for Georgiev who recently picked up a knock in training but recovered in time for this game.

Friendly, Eintracht Frankfurt – Racing Santander 2:1

Aleksandar Vasoski was kept at home by Eintracht because of blisters in his feet that are becoming more serious while Oka Nikolov played the 2nd half and conceded a goal in the 90th minute.  The next friendly for Eintracht is against English giants Chelsea FC on the 1st of August.

Friendly, Bromley – Crystal Palace 0:0
Velice Sumulikoski was on trial at Crystal Palace and played the entire game.  It seems Sumulikoski had a very good game according to a Crystal Palace forum which praised Sumi who wore #6 and mentioned that he could be the holding midfielder they need.  The current manager of Crystal Palace is George Burley who was formerly the manager of Scotland and should be familiar with Sumulikoski as Macedonia and Scotland were in the same group for 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifications.

Friendly, Gaziantep B.B. – Neftçi 2:1
Both Igor Mitreski and Slavco Georgievski started for Neftçi.

Friendly, Vojvodina – FK BASK 0:0
Mario Gjurovski played from the start for Vojvodina which played two friendlies on the same day but Daniel Mojsov played in the other friendly for Vojvodina against OFK Bar.

Friendly, Vojvodina – OFK Bar 1:0
Daniel Mojsov played all 90 minutes for Vojvodina.

Friendly, Vojvodina – Zeta Golubovci 2:0
Mario Gjurovski started for Vojvodina while Daniel Mojsov began the game on the bench before he came on in the 2nd half.

Friendly, Ethnikos Achnas – Korinthos 7:1
Edin Nuredinoski played from the start for Ethnikos Achnas, Filip Ivanovski scored two goals, Vance Sikov had one goal, while Stojance Ignjatov did not play because of an injury.

Friendly, Slovácko – Konyaspor 0:0

Ilija Nestorovski was an unused substitute in the second round of the Czech league season for Slovácko so the manager decided to give the younger players and the ones that didn’t play last week a chance to stay fit and organized a friendly against Turkish team Konyaspor.  Nestorovski started and played the entire game for Slovácko but it ended in a goalless draw.  This game was played on the 27th of July.

Friendly, Škoda Xanthi – Aetos Skydra 7:1
Marjan Altiparmakovski played in the 2nd half for Škoda Xanthi.

Friendly, KVSK United – Roda 2:2
The twin brothers on Roda, Aleksandar Stankov and Antonio Stankov, started on the bench before they both came on in the 60th minute while Yani Urdinov also began on the bench for Roda before he entered the game in the 77th minute replacing Vincent Lachambre.  Aleksandar Stankov also picked up a yellow card in the 74th minute.

Friendly, Tienen – Lierse 1:2
Nderim Nedzipi did not play for Lierse.

photo: fcbunyodkor.com

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