Naumoski is being shown his first yellow

Midweek internationals performances‏

Naumoski is being shown his first yellowNikolce Noveski and Mainz maintain their perfect start in the German Bundesliga with five wins out of five games, Mirko Ivanovski and Zoran Baldovaliev each scored a goal for their respective teams, while the problems continue for Ilco Naumoski who picked up two yellow cards in the span of five minutes and was sent off for Mattersburg.

Italy, Serie A, Inter – Bari 4:0
Goran Pandev played all 90 minutes for Inter who picked up a convincing victory over Bari.  Pandev attempted a shot with his weaker right foot in the 25th minute which didn’t trouble the Bari keeper as the shot lacked power and was wide off the goal.  He then attempted another shot towards the end of the game in the fourth minute of stoppage time but his shot was way over the goal.

Germany, 1. Bundesliga, Mainz 05 – Köln 2:0
Nikolce Noveski played the entire game for Mainz who maintained their perfect start to the season with another win.  They now have a maximum of 15 points from five games.  Both goals by Mainz were scored by Lewis Holtby and both goals were assisted by Austrian international Christian Fuchs.  Noveski also received a yellow card in the 25th minute.

Germany, 1. Bundesliga, Bayer Leverkusen – Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1
Oka Nikolov played from the start for Eintracht while Aleksandar Vasoski continues to be given a break by Eintracht manager Micheal Skibbe following knee surgery.  This was a tough loss for Eintracht as the game was tied at 1:1 until Bayer Leverkusen was awarded a penalty in the 90th minute which was converted by Arturo Vidal.

Germany, 2. Bundesliga, Paderborn – Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 0:0
Dragan Georgiev was not among the 18 players called up by Paderborn.  Two attacking midfielders picked up red cards for Paderborn in this game so hopefully Georgiev will make his debut for his new team on Friday when Paderborn play away to Alemannia Aachen.

Ukraine, Ukrainian Cup, Krymteplitsa – Dynamo Kyiv 0:1
Goran Popov did not play for Dynamo Kyiv because of an injury.

Russia, Premier-Liga, CSKA Moskva – Sibir 1:0
Velice Sumulikoski played the entire game for Sibir who remain in last place in the Russian Premier League with only nine games remaining.

Bulgaria, A PFG, Cherno More – Levski 2:3
Darko Tasevski started for Levski and played until the 77th minute when he was replaced by Ivo Ivanov.  Tasevski provided a beautiful assist in the 22nd minute and also won a penalty for his team in the 62nd minute which was converted by Garra Dembele.

Austria, T-Mobile Bundesliga, Mattersburg – Magna Wiener Neustadt 0:3
Ilco Naumoski started for Mattersburg but he didn’t last long as he picked up two quick yellow cards and was sent off by the referee.  In the 18th minute, he jumped over a Magna defender and the defender fell which led to the referee giving Naumoski a yellow card.  It seemed like a basic foul that happens all the time during a game but Naumoski’s reputation is bad amongst referees and it doesn’t take much for him to get booked.  In the 23rd minute, he said something to the referee who immediately showed him another yellow card and that was it for Naumoski.

Romania, Romanian Cup, Dinamo Bucureşti – Ceahlăul 2:0
Kristijan Naumovski was an unused substitute for Dinamo Bucureşti as he was the #2 keeper.

Netherlands, Dutch Cup, Emmen – Heerenveen 1:3
Samir Fazli started on the bench for Heerenveen before he came on in the 89th minute replacing Christian Grindheim.

Netherlands, Dutch Cup, Feyenoord – Roda 1:1 (Roda advanced on penalties)
None of the three Macedonians, Yani Urdinov, Aleksandar Stankov, and Antonio Stankov, played for Roda.

Czech Republic, Czech Cup, Kunice – Mladá Boleslav 1:1 (2:4 on penalties)
Vladimir Dimitrovski did not play for Mladá Boleslav.  This game was tied at 1:1 after 120 minutes but the visitors advanced 4:2 on penalties.

Poland, Polish Cup, Concordia Piotrków Trybunalski – GKS Bełchatów 0:1
Zlatko Tanevski played all 90 minutes for the visitors.

Poland, Polish Cup, KSZO Ostrowiec – Arka Gdynia 2:1
Mirko Ivanovski started on the bench for Arka Gdynia before he entered the game in the 68th minute replacing Giovani Duarte.  This game was tied at 0:0 after 90 minutes so it went into extra time.  The home team scored two goals in the 95th and 99th minute before Mirko Ivanovski scored the only goal for Arka in the 111th minute but it wasn’t enough as his team was eliminated from the Polish Cup.

Croatia, Croatian Cup, Istra 1961 – Hrvatski Dragovoljac 3:1
Armend Alimi started for Istra 1961 and played until the 72nd minute when he was replaced by Mateo Sušić.

Croatia, Croatian Cup, Slavija Pleternica – Šibenik 3:4
Daniel Georgievski started at RB for Šibenik and played the entire game.  The game was tied at 3:3 after 90 minutes but Šibenik striker Ivan Fuštar scored the game winning goal in the 107th minute.

Croatia, Croatian Cup, Lokomotiva Zagreb – Inter Zaprešić 1:2
Aleksandar Trajkovski started for Inter Zaprešić and played until the 69th minute when he was replaced by Matija Matko.

Slovakia, Slovak Cup, Spišská Nová Ves – Košice 3:0
Darko Tofiloski played the entire game for Košice and conceded three goals.

Turkey, Turkish Cup, Orduspor – İskenderun 2:0
Neither Muarem Muarem nor Jovan Kostovski played for Orduspor.

Israel, Toto Cup, Hapoel Haifa – Ironi Kiryat Shmona 1:1
Zoran Baldovaliev played from the start for Ironi Kiryat Shmona and scored the only goal for his team in the 25th minute.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Lierse – Anderlecht 1:1
Nderim Nedzipi was not called up by Lierse.

Kazakhstan, Premier League, Atyrau – Lokomotiv Astana 0:0
Vlade Lazarevski was an unused substitute for Lokomotiv Astana while Bobi Bozinovski started on the bench before he came on in the 80th minute replacing Valeriu Andronic.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Helsingborg – Mjällby 2:1
Daniel Ivanovski remains out with an injury for Mjällby.


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