Rabotnichki wins U18 Cup final

The youth players of Rabotnichki celebrated in the U18 Cup final after they managed to smash Shkendija with four goals to null.

photo by FFM: the young players of Rabotnichki celebrate with the trophy


Shkendija failed to defend the cup trophy in the U18 category. If last season they beat Pelister with 5:3, today they were totally outplayed by Rabotnichki who easily won with 4:0. The youth players of the Debar Maalo team were better opponent througout the entire match and could have even ended the game with a bigger margin. After scoring the third goal, coach Marjancho Andreski decided to give a chance to everyone at the bench to take part in this final. Good move by him! Interestingly, coach of Shkendija is the former attacker Burhan Emurlai.

It’s not the first time Rabotnichki to claim the cup as back in 2017 they celebrated over Akademija Pandev with 3:0.

On the way to the final Rabotnichki started with a 3:0 win over Milano in the opening round, followed an elimination of local rivals Vardar with a 2:0 win and a 1:2 defeat, while in the semifinal they were better than Nju Stars winning 3:0 and recording a 0:1 loss.

Petar Miloshevski stadium in Skopje Macedonia
Rabotnichki – Shkendija 4:0 (2:0)
Goals: 19′ David Toshevski, 34′ Dimitar Todorovski, 55′ Nikolaj Melov, 82′ Damjan Masevski
Rabotnichki: 12. Kiril Petreski (86′ 1. Aleksandar Cvetanov), 2. Kristijan Churlinov, 3. Hristijan Stojanovski (77′ 14. Martin Stojchov), 5. Marko Andonovski, 6. David Spasovski (86′ 19. Davor Jovanovski), 7. Leonid Redev Jankulovski (68′ 15. Rilind Ajdini), 8. Darko Kostovski (C), 9. Nikola Andreski (72′ 17. Damjan Masevski), 10. Dimitar Todorovski, 11. David Toshevski (83′ 18. Trim Ambari), 16. Nikolaj Melov (13. Dimitar Bojadjievski).
Shkendija: 1. Astrit Amzai; 2. Ardian Bekjiri, 3. Chlirim Imeri (46′ 15. Agan Zuber), 5. Imran Fetai, 6. Erjon Nuredini, 7. Abdulvahit Ajdini, 9. Kushtrim Tairi, 10. Ramin Alii (C) (46′ 8. Mirlind Dauti), 11. Roni Sinani, 17. Genc Gashi (77′ 20. Fiton Ademi), 21. Ardit Demiri.
Yellow cards: Todorovski, Kostovski, Redev Jankulovski, Toshevski (R), Tairi (Sh)
Red cards: /
Referee: Vlatko Ilioski (Prilep)
Assistants: Martin Petkovski (Kumanovo) & Kiro Nistrov (Strumica)
Fourth official: Nderim Tefiku (Kumanovo)

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