Potential internationals performances

David Mitov Nilsson; photo: Scanpix Two potential internationals, Arijan Ademi and Eldin Muharemi, scored goals during the past couple of days, while David Mitov Nilsson kept another clean sheet in Sweden.

Australia, A-League, Sydney – Perth Glory 2:1
Ivan Necevski was once again the second goalkeeper for Sydney. Alec Urosevski also started on the home team’s bench and came on in the 68th minute to replace Joel Chianese. Daniel Petkovski and Christopher Naumoff, meanwhile, were left out of the matchday squad by Sydney.

Austria, Bundesliga, Rapid Wien – Admira 0:0
Benjamin Sulimani began the game on Admira’s bench and came off the bench in the 65th minute to substitute René Schicker.

Austria, Erste Liga, Parndorf – First Vienna 0:1
Vasil Kuleski played the first half for the guests before he was replaced directly after the half time break by Andreas Strapajevic.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Borac – Rudar 3:0
Lazar Vidic started for Rudar and played until the 72nd minute when he was replaced by Jasmin Campara. The forward also received a yellow card in the 31st minute.

Croatia, 1.HNL, Dinamo Zagreb – Rijeka 4:0
Arijan Ademi played 90 minutes for Dinamo in defensive midfield and scored the opener with a right-footed shot in the 7th minute. He was also booked with a yellow card in the 34th minute in the comfortable win against Rijeka.

To watch Ademi’s goal, click here (at 0:30 of video).

Denmark, Superligaen, Midtjylland – Odense 0:2
Bashkim Kadrii made the start for Odense in left midfield and played the opening 45 minutes. At the start of the second half, Emil Larsen took his place.

Denmark, Superligaen, Aalborg – Brøndby 2:0
Riza Durmisi played the whole game for Brøndby as his team lost in Aalborg by conceding two goals to Lukas Spalvis, both scored on headers.

Germany, Bundesliga, Freiburg – Eintracht Braunschweig 2:0
Orhan Ademi played the last half hour for Eintracht Braunschweig after he replaced Damir Vrančić. In the end, his team lost this important game against Freiburg, but there is still hope for them to avoid relegation.

Italy, Serie A, Sampdoria – Inter 0:4
Defender Shkodran Mustafi played all 90 minutes for Sampdoria in this embarrassing home loss against Inter.

Italy, Lega Pro Prima Divisione A, AlbinoLeffe – Carrarese 0:1
Centre forward Fatih Ademi made a late substitute appearance for Carrarese as he replaced Marco Cellini in the 85th minute.

Norway, Tippeligaen, Sandnes – Brann 1:1
Left-back Erdin Demir played all minutes for the visitors in this away draw to Sandnes.

Portugal, Segunda Liga, Porto B – Oliveirense 1:2
Marko Pavlovski stayed the entire game on Porto B’s bench as an unused substitute.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Jedinstvo – Sloga Petrovac na Mlavi 2:0
Nikola Donevski was an unused substitute for Jedinstvo, whereas Ivan Karanfilovski wasn’t called up by the away team for this game.

Slovenia, PrvaLiga, Celje – Triglav 2:0
Amir Bilali played the entire game for Celje and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Halmstad – Norrköping 0:0
Goalkeeper David Mitov Nilsson played all minutes for Norrköping and kept a clean sheet for the second consecutive league game.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö – Gefle 1:0
Erdal Rakip began on Malmö’s bench and came off the bench in the 84th minute to replace Emil Forsberg. Malmö eventually clinched all three points with a goal scored by Markus Rosenberg in the 63rd minute.

Switzerland, Super League, Sion – Basel 0:1
Naser Aliji played all minutes for Basel in this slim loss on the road against Sion.

Switzerland, 1.Liga Promotion, St. Gallen II – Old Boys 2:3
Eldin Muharemi started and played the whole game for the home side. In the 80th minute, he scored a temporarily equalizer but nine minutes later Florian Müller scored the game winner for Old Boys.

Turkey, Süper Lig, Kasımpaşa – Bursaspor 1:1
Serdar Aziz was an unused substitute for Bursaspor in this road draw against Kasımpaşa.

USA, MLS, Portland Timbers – Chivas USA 1:1
Michael Nanchoff spent the entire game on Portland’s bench.

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