Potential internationals performances

Marko Pavlovski (L) celebrates with teammates; photo: zerozero.pt - Catarina Morais Most of the leagues started, therefore it’s time again for the potential internationals. This past weekend just a couple players with origin from Macedonia appeared in league action and one of them scored a goal.

Germany, 2. Bundesliga, Kaiserslautern – Eintracht Braunschweig 2:1
Centre forward Orhan Ademi began on Braunschweig’s bench and played the last half hour after he replaced Hendrick Zuck to strengthen the away team’s offense. Nevertheless Braunschweig suffered a narrow loss on the road.

Greece, Super League, Kerkyra – Panthrakikos 2:1
Marko Markovski was an unused substitute for the home side.

Norway, Tippeligaen, Vålerenga – Brann 3:3
Erdin Demir spent the entire game on Brann’s bench.

Portugal, Segunda Liga, Porto B – União da Madeira 1:1
20-year-old midfielder Marko Pavlovski made the start for Porto B in this draw against União da Madeira and played until the 73rd minute when João Graça took his place.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Senica – Trenčin 1:1
Haris Hajradinović made the start for Trenčin and played until the 39th minute when he was substituted by Patrik Mišák. Hajradinović also was booked with a yellow card in the 22nd minute.

Slovenia, Prva Liga, Radomlje – Celje 0:3
Forward Valon Ahmedi played all minutes for Celje, whereas his teammate Amir Bilali was an unused substitute. The former scored the 2nd goal of the game in the 71st minute when he nicely controlled a long pass before surrounding the goalie and slotting a shot to the back of the net.

                                                                          Ahmedi’s goal (at 1:30):

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö – Norrköping 3:0
Youngster Erdal Rakip, born in 1996, had the better end in the duel against David Mitov Nilsson as Malmö gained a comfortable win against Norrköping. Rakip played the last 20 minutes for the home team after replacing Pawel Cibicki, while Mitov Nilsson as usual was the starting goalkeeper for Norrköping.

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