Midweek internationals performances‏

Vance Sikov with a goal for Ethnikos Achna, Darko Tasevski scored a goal for Levski but also sustained an injury that will keep him out of the Andorra game, while Zoran Baldovaliev converted a penalty for Irony Kiryat Shmona who are now in first place in the top Israeli league after five rounds.

Cyprus, Marfin Laiki League, Ethnikos Achnas – Doxa Katokopia 3:2
Edin Nuredinoski and Vance Sikov played the entire game for Ethnikos Achnas, Stojan Ignjatov started and played until the 63rd minute when he was replaced by Petros Filaniotis, while Filip Ivanovski did not play.  Sikov opened the scoring in the 37th minute with Ignjatov providing the assist.  The game was tied at 2:2 until the seventh minute of stoppage time in the 90th minute when Abdelkarim Kissi scored on a header from a corner kick.

Bulgaria, A PFG, Sliven – Levski 1:1
Darko Tasevski played all 90 minutes for Levski and scored the only goal for his team in the 29th minute when he received a good pass and showed some skill before he sent a well placed shot with his right foot past the Sliven keeper.  Tasevski had another chance in the 58th minute but his shot went just wide of the left post.  After the game, Tasevski announced that he picked up an injury and will definitely miss the Andorra game but could be back for the Russia game.

Israel, Ligat Winner, Ironi Kiryat Shmona – Hapoel Ramat Gan 1:0
Zoran Baldovaliev started on the bench for Ironi Kiryat Shmona before he came on in the 29th minute replacing Adi Elisha.  Nine minutes after he entered the game, Baldovaliev scored the only goal of the game by converting a penalty kick.

Serbia, Lav Kup, Mladost Apatin – Partizan 0:6
Aleksandar Lazevski did not play for Partizan as he was with the Macedonian national team.  This game was on Wednesday and all other internationals on Partizan’s team were also excused to be with their respective national teams.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Borac Banja Luka – Sloboda Tuzla 2:0
Perica Stanceski started for Borac Banja Luka and played until the 71st minute when he was replaced by Borislav Mikić.  His team is in first place in the Bosnian Premier League with 22 points from nine games.

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