Potential internationals performances

Robert Stambolziev (No. 10) celebrates with his teammates; photo: 24sports.com.cy With the end of the year approaching and a number of leagues already on break due to the winter break, only a small number of potential internationals were in action over the past couple of days. Shkodran Mustafi was part of Samp’s perfect defense, while Ben Kantarovski helped his team to win.

Australia, A-League, Central Coast Mariners – Sydney 1:0
Ivan Necevski was the reserve goalkeeper for Sydney and stayed the whole game on the bench, while Christopher Naumoff played the last 15 minutes after he replaced Ranko Despotović. Their teammates Daniel Petkovski and Alec Urosevski were not included in the squad by Sydney.

Australia, A-League, Melbourne Victory – Newcastle Jets 1:2
Newcastle won this game against Melbourne Victory on the road with Ben Kantarovski playing the entire game for the winning side. Like in the most games this season, he was fielded in central midfield.

Cyprus, Division A, Kouklia – Paralimni 2:2
Robert Stambolziev made the start for Kouklia and played until the end in this home draw against Paralimni. Kouklia looked like the sure loser, but Stambolziev’s teammate Pablo Vranjican scored the late equalizer in the second minute of stoppage time.

Germany, Bundesliga, Eintracht Braunschweig – Hertha 0:2
22-year-old Orhan Ademi, born in Kumanovo, played the full minutes for the home team. Braunschweig lost this game and remains in the last position of the Bundesliga standings with just eight points out of 15 games.

Israel, Ligat ha Al, Hapoel Raanana – Hapoel Bnei Sachnin 0:1
Marko Markovski was an unused substitute for Bnei Sachnin in this narrow away win.

Italy, Serie A, Sampdoria – Catania 2:0
Centre back Shkodran Mustafi played the entire game for Sampdoria and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet.

Scotland, Scottish Premiership, Ross County – Kilmarnock 1:2

23-year-old centre forward Orhan Mustafi began the match on Ross County’s bench and played the last ten minutes after he replaced Marc Klok.

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