Potential internationals performances

Simonoski (on top) celebrates his goal; photo: Sylvia Liber Peter Simonoski provided an assist and scored, Orhan Ademi and Deniz Hümmet netted a goal apiece, while Vedran Kjosevski and Marko Johansson kept clean sheets for their respective teams.

Australia, NPL Victoria, Bentleigh Greens – Avondale 2:0
Forward Kristian Trajceski opened on Avondale’s bench and played the last 20 minutes after he replaced Massimo Murdoca.

Australia, NPL Victoria, Green Gully – North Geelong Warriors 3:1
Aleks Taleski was an unused substitute for Green Gully, while Bobby Vidanoski started for the visitors and played all minutes.

Australia, NPL Victoria, Kingston City – Port Melbourne Sharks 2:2
Nicholas Kostadinoski spent the entire game on the visiting side’s bench.

Australia, NPL Victoria, St Albans Saints – Bulleen Lions 1:2
Michael Yoseski made the bench for the home team, but stayed there as an unused substitute.

Australia, NPL New South Wales, Wollongong Wolves – Hakoah Sydney City East 2:0
Peter Simonoski made the start for the Wollongong Wolves, while his teammates Hristijan Tanoski and Steven Hristovski didn’t make the matchday squad. For Hakoah Aleksandar Lekoski started in attack. Simonoski was the man of the match as he first delivered the assist through a corner for the opener and afterwards netted a beauty from almost 30 metres to double the lead.

Simonoski’s assist and goal (at 0:22 and 0:40):

Australia, NPL New South Wales, Manly United – Rockdale City Suns 3:3
Nikola Taneski played the first half for Manly before he was subsituted, while on the other side Alec Urosevski also started. In the 85th minute it was Jonathan Grozdanovski who replaced Urosevski. Manly had a two goal lead until the 86th minute, but Rockdale answered with two late goals to grab a point on the road.

Austria, Tipico Bundesliga, Ried – Wolfsberger AC 1:1
Orhan Ademi opened at centre-forward for Ried and played the whole game. In the 29th minute Ademi opened the score, but his team ended up with just one point as their opponents netted an unanswered goal three minutes from time.

Ademi’s goal (at 0:50):

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Radnik – Željezničar 0:1
Goalie Vedran Kjosevski made the start for Željezničar and kept a clean sheet in the impressive win away to Radnik. He also received a yellow card for time wasting in the 90th minute. Thanks to this win Vedran’s team is again on the first place of the Bosnian Premijer Liga.

Croatia, MAXtv Prva Liga, Split – Lokomotiva 0:0
In the goalless draw against Lokomotiva, Marko Pavlovski started for Split and played 66 minutes.

Slovakia, II. Liga Promotion, Košice – Samorin 0:0
Nikola Ristovski made Košice’s matchday squad, but played just for a short period as he was introduced in the 90th minute.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö – Djurgården 3:2
Erdal Rakip opened on the right wing and played 62 minutes for Malmö. Rakip was also booked with a yellow card in the 49th minute.

Sweden, Superettan, Brommapojkarna – Norrby 3:0
Besard Šabović spent all minutes on the home team’s bench.

Sweden, Superettan, Gefle – Syrianska 1:0
Deniz Hümmet played all minutes for Gefle and was the decisive player as he netted a game winner from close range in the 87th minute.

Hümmet’s goal (at 2:00):




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