Midweek internationals performances

Velkoski scored one goalKrste Velkoski got on the scoresheet in the opening round of the new season, while Mirko Ivanovski had a valid goal nullified by a wrong offside call.

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Dinamo Zagreb – Molde 1:1
Arijan Ademi played the entire game for Dinamo Zagreb in their home draw against Molde. Dinamo Zagreb scored the opening goal in the 18th minute, but Molde grabbed a quick equalizer two minutes later.

Ademi heads the ball during the game

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Videoton – BATE 1:1
Mirko Ivanovski started in center-forward for Videoton and played all 90 minutes. Ivanovski scored what looked to be a valid goal in the 84th minute, but the assistant referee (the crew happened to be from Macedonia) ruled offside. Still, Videoton did score one late goal in the 89th minute to salvage a draw.

Ivanovski (far L in red) appeared to be onside when the pass was released

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Midtjylland – APOEL 1:2
Valmir Nafiu was a healthy exclusion from the matchday squad by APOEL.

UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Young Boys – Monaco 1:3
Taulant Sulejmanov-Seferi continues to be sidelined with an injury for Young Boys.

Poland, Puchar Polski, Nadwiślan Góra – Zagłębie Lubin 0:3
Aleksandar Todorovski was not among the 18 players called up by Zagłębie Lubin. The visitors made easy work of lower division side Nadwiślan Góra to advance to the next round of the Polish Cup.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Sarajevo – Drina 6:1
Krste Velkoski played all 90 minutes for Sarajevo who opened the new season in Bosnia with a resounding win. Velkoski scored his team’s third goal in the 58th minute with a left footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Video of the goal by Velkoski (at 0:50):

Croatia, MAXtv Prva Liga, Slaven Belupo – Lokomotiva 2:2
Muzafer Ejupi started in attack for Slaven Belupo and played the complete match. Both goals by Slaven were scored on headers following crosses in open play. Near the end, Ejupi appeared to score the game winner, but the referee blew a late whistle for a foul to disallow the goal.

Ejupi gets up to win a header

To view Muzafer’s disallowed goal, click here.

Denmark, Superliga, Viborg – Aarhus 0:0
Aleksandar Stankov was an unused substitute for Viborg.

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