Potential internationals performances (05-08.10 ’18)

This week with Aleksandar Biedermann we have a new name on the list of the potential international performances. Normally we don’t write about the top tier from Luxembourg, but included this time Aleks because of his great form over the last couple of weeks.

photo by fcvictoria.lu: Aleksandar Biedermann (L) celabrates a goal

Armenia, Bardsragujn chumb, Ararat – Ararat-Armenia 0:1
Anthony Trajkoski made a rare start for Ararat as he was fielded in attacking midfield. Anthony lasted until the 59th minute on the pitch when he was replaced by Sargis Metoyan.

Austria, Bundesliga, Altach – Austria 2:0
Uroš Matić started in midfield for Austria and played all minutes as his team lost away to Altach.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Zulte Waregem – Anderlecht 1:2
Erdin Demir started at left-back for the hosts and played 6 minutes in the narrow loss against Anderlecht.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Željezničar – Čelik 3:2
Vedran Kjosevski wasn’t called up by the hosts for this encounter.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Hajduk – Osijek 0:2
Haris Hajradinović made the start for Osijek and played almost the whole match as he was replaced five minutes from time. Eventually, his team gained a big win away to Hajduk.

Finland, Veikkausliiga, Mariehamn – Lahti 3:0
Attacker Irfan Sadik opened on the visitors bench and played from the 77th minute to strengthen his teams offense as Lahti was two goals down, but in the end his team lost away to Mariehamn.

Greece, Super League, Panetolikos – Levadiakos 2:1
Marko Markovski opened at centre-forward for Levadiakos and played until the 75th minute. Eventually, his former club Panetolikos recorded a narrow win.

Luxembourg, BGL Ligue, Victoria Rosport – Hamm Benfica 3:1
23-year-old Aleksandar Biedermann started in attack for Victoria Rosport and netted his teams third goal in the 79th minute. This was already Aleksandar’s 7th goal after eight rounds in the BGL Ligue. Aleks is born in Germany by a Macedonian mother and in the past he was part of Hoffenheim’s U19 team. Later on he played in minor leagues in Germany before moving in July to Luxembourg.

Portugal, Liga NOS, Benfica – Porto 1:0
Erdal Rakip wasn’t called up by Benfica.

Portugal, Ledman Liga Pro, Varzim – Vitória Guimarães B 1:2
Marko Pavlovski made Varzim’s bench, but didn’t play.

Serbia, SuperLiga, Mladost – Radnički 0:1
Jovan Markoski started in the hosts midfield and played 71 minutes as his team suffered a loss at home against Radnički.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Budućnost – Sinđelić 1:1
Igor Jovanovski wasn’t part of the visitors squad.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Trenčín – Michalovce 1:2
Brian Iloski made his first start for Michalovce in the Fortuna Liga and it was a good game as his team won surprisingly away to Trenčín. Brian started in offense and played almost the whole game as he was replaced in the 3rd minute of stoppage time.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Göteborg – Trelleborg 2:2
Marko Johansson as usual was Trelleborg’s starting goalie and conceded two goals, while his teammate Deniz Hümmet also made the start and lasted 86 minutes in attack.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Norrköping – Djurgården 1:1
Besard Sabović was an unused substitute for the visitors.

Switzerland, Super League, Grasshoppers – Lugano 2:1
Nedim Bajrami started in midfield for Grasshoppers and played the entire game as his team won against Lugano.

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