Potential internationals performances (19-22.10 ’18 – Update with videos)

This week with Dylan Pierias and Marko Shishkov we have two new players in the potential internationals performances. Dylan is a defender born in Australia, while Marko was raised in Serbia. Furthermore Haris Hajradinović and Marko Pavlovski netted one goal apiece for their respective teams.

Photo by heraldsun.com.au; Dylan Pierias (L) in action for Melbourne City

Armenia, Bardsragujn chumb, Shirak – Ararat 1:0
20-years-old Anthony Trajkoski made his second consecutive start for Ararat. This time Anthony began in defensive midfield and played all minutes. In the 23rd minute he was also booked with a yellow card.

Australia, A-League, Wellington Phoenix – Newcastle United Jets 2:1
Ben Kantarovski wasn’t part of the visitors squad for this game.

Australia, A-League, Melbourne Victory – Melbourne City 1:2
James Delianov and Dylan Pierias didn’t make the matchday squad for Melbourne City.

Austria, Bundesliga, Austria – Sturm 1:1
Uroš Matić started in Austria’s midfield and played the entire game as his team collected one point in the game against Sturm.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Charleroi – Zulte Waregem 3:2
Erdin Demir made the start for the visiting side and played 55 minutes when he was replaced by Chris Bedia.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Zrinjski – Željezničar 0:1
Vedran Kjosevski was back after the suspension and made a great game for the visitors in which he kept a clean sheet. Vedran didn’t play the whole game as he left the pitch before the final whistle because of an injury.

Croatia, Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga, Rudeš – Osijek 1:4
Haris Hajradinović started for Osijek and scored his teams third goal in the 59th minute when he converted a penalty. Ten minutes later Haris was substituted by Marin Pilj.

Haris’s goal (at 1:06):

Finland, Veikkausliiga, Ilves – Lahti 0:1
Irfan Sadik made a rare start for Lahti. He was fielded at center-forward and lasted all minutes on the pitch. In the 48th minute Irfan also picked up a yellow card.

Greece, Super League, Levadiakos – Xanthi 1:2
Marko Markovski opened on Levadiakos’ bench and was introduced in the 62nd minute to strengthen his teams offense. Eventually, nevertheless his team lost at home against Xanthi.

Portugal, Ledman Liga Pro, Varzim – Porto B 2:1
Marko Pavlovski made the first start for Varzim in league play and directly had a positive impact as he opened the score in the 31st minute with a goal through a free-kick. The away side answered with one goal, but Varzim added a second to grab three points. Furthermore, Marko also received a yellow card in the 63rd minute.

Marko’s goal (at 0:42):

Serbia, SuperLiga, Voždovac – Mladost 1:1
Jovan Markoski opened in midfield for Mladost and played the entire match.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Inđija – Teleoptik 1:0
Marko Shishkov opened in central defense for Teleoptik and played the whole game in the narrow loss away to Inđija. The 20-years-old defender has a connection to Macedonia through his paternal grandfather.

Serbia, Prva Liga, Sinđelić – Zlatibor 1:0
Igor Jovanovski wasn’t part of the hosts matchday squad.

Slovakia, Fortuna Liga, Žilina – Zemplín 2:2
Brian Iloski was an unused substitute for the visitors.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Trelleborg – Sirius 1:2
Marko Johansson was on goals for the hosts and conceded two goals in the narrow loss against Sirius, while his teammate Deniz Hümmet began in attack and also lasted all minutes on the field.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Djurgården – AIK 0:0
Besard Sabović was an unused substitute for Djurgården.

Switzerland, Super League, Sion – Grasshoppers 0:0
Nedim Bajrami started in central midfield for Grasshoppers and played the whole game in the draw away to Sion.

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