Orhan Ademi netter a game winner in Germany for Eintracht Braunschweig in a rather quiet weekend for the potential internationals.
Austria, Bundesliga, Ried – Grödig 2:1
Benjamin Sulimani opened at centre-forward for Grödig and played all minutes in the narrow loss away to Ried.
Denmark, Alka Superliga, Odense – København 0:1
Bashkim Kadrii played the last quarter hour for the visitors after he subsituted Paraguayan international Federico Santander.
France, Ligue 1, Toulouse – Troyes 1:0
Deniz Hümmet was an unused substitute for Troyes.
Germany, 2.Bundesliga, Bochum – Eintracht Braunschweig 2:3
Centre-forward Orhan Ademi started for Eintracht and played nearly the entire game as he was replaced in the 87th minute. His team was one goal down at half-time, but responded with two unanswered goals in the second half to grab three points. Ademi was the player who scored the game winner in the 62nd minute when he netted from close range after a cross from the left handed side.
Norway, Tippeligaen, Haugesund – Molde 3:3
Haris Hajradinović played all minutes for Haugesund in the spectacular draw against Molde. Molde had already a three goal lead after 76 minutes, but Hajradinović’s team scored three goals in 12 twelve minutes to avert the loss. Last week, the allrounder announced that he was contacted by Macedonian national team coach Igor Angelovski, but he requested time to bring a decision. Probably he will wait at least until the end of the actual U21 campaign.
Slovenia, PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, Gorica – Domžale 0:1
Dejan Trajkovski started at left-back for Domžale and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet in the win away to Gorica.ÂÂ ÂÂ ÂÂ
Slovenia, PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, Olimpija – Maribor 1:2
Valon Ahmedi spent all minutes on Maribor’s bench.
Sweden, Allsvenskan, Helsingborg – Malmö 2:1
Erdal Rakip started in Malmö’s midfield and played the entire game, while his teammate, young goalie Marko Johansson, once again wasn’t called up as he is Malmö’s third choice on the goalkeeper position.
Switzerland, Brack.ch Challenge League, Le Mont – Wohlen 2:0
Muhamed Seferi played the last 20 minutes for Wohlen after he took the place of Simon Dunki.