Riza Durmisi provided an assist for Brøndby, Benjamin Sulimani scored with a falling overhead kick for Admira, whereas Marko Markovski was sent off in a game in which he also netted a goal.
Austria, Bundesliga, Wolfsberger AC – Admira 2:1
Benjamin Sulimani played the second half for Admira after he replaced René Schicker directly after the half-time break and scored his team’s lone goal in the 51st minute. Sulimani netted from close range with a nice overhead kick. Eventually Admira lost unfortunate as the home team scored the game winner in the 89th minute.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Slavija – Mladost 0:0
Lazar Vidić began on the away side’s bench and made a late substitute appearance when he replaced Dragan Ristić in the 83rd minute.
Danmark, Superligaen, Esbjerg – Brøndby 2:2
Riza Durmisi played all minutes at left-back for Brøndby and provided the assist for the equalizer in the 79th minute scored by Holmbert Aron Fridjonsson. This was already Durmisi’s 3rd assist in his 9th league game of the season.
Durmisi’s assist (at 1:35):
Danmark, Superligaen, SønderjyskE – København 1:1
Bashkim Kadrii started in attack for København and played until the 66th minute when he made way for Rúrik Gíslason. København was one goal down, but Alexander Kačaniklić (who like Kadrii has origins from Macedonia, but by FIFA-rules isn’t anymore able to play for Macedonia) scored the important equalizer in the 57th minute.
Danmark, NordicBet Liagaen, Vejle – Skive 1:2
Hakan Redzep was an unused substitute for Vejle.
Greece, Super League, Panathinaikos – Niki Volos 1:0
Robert Stambolziev started on the away side’s bench and substituted Konstantinos Kotsaridis in the 56th minute.
Greece, Super League, Levadiakos – Kerkyra 2:3
Centre forward Marko Markovski made the start for Kerkyra and had a game of ups and downs as he scored Kerkyra’s second goal in the 39th minute, but also was sent off the field in the 78th minute after he received two yellow cards in a span of just two minutes.
Italy, Serie C – Girone B, Carrarese – Ancona 0:0
Fatih Ademi played the last ten minutes for Carrarese in this goalless draw after replacing Matteo Merini.
Norway, Tippeligaen, Odd – Brann 4:0
Erdin Demir spent the entire game on Brann’s bench.
Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Dunajska Streda – Trenčin 3:2
Haris Hajradinović played nearly the whole game for the away team as he was replaced by Dávid Guba in the 90th minute.
Slovenia, Prva Liga, Radomlje – Maribor 0:0
Dejan Trajkovski played all minutes for Maribor in the goalless draw away against Radomlje and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet. This month Trajkovski stated in an interview that he would accept a call up by the Macedonian national team. Trajkovski is a left back, thus he plays on a position which is actually without a perfect solution in our national team. It remains to be seen what will happen in the upcoming period.
Slovenia, Prva Liga, Celje – Domžale 2:0
Amir Bilali was an unused substitute for Celje, whereas his teammate Valon Ahmedi made the start and played until the 72nd minute when Anej Lovrečič replaced him. Celje eventually snatched all three points thanks to two goals in the first 20 minutes.
Sweden, Allsvenskan, Falkenbergs – Norrköping 4:2
Goalkeeper David Mitov Nilsson spent the entire game on Norrköping’s bench.
Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö – Mjällby 4:1
18-year-old midfielder Erdal Rakip started for Malmö and played all minutes in the comfortable win against Mjällby. Malmö is close to win the Swedish league title as they are nine points ahead of second placed Göteborg with just four rounds to go.
Switzerland, Raiffeisen Super League, Basel – Thun 1:1
Naser Aliji made the start for Basel in left midfield and played until the 74th minute when Luca Ziffi took his place.
Turkey, Süper Lig, Rizespor – Bursaspor 0:1
23-year-old Serdar Aziz played all minutes for Bursaspor and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet. The centre back also received a yellow card for dissent in the 90th minute.