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Potential internationals performances

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Steve Kuzmanovski controls the ball; photo: Getty ImagesSteve Kuzmanovski controls the ball; photo: Getty Images This past weekend was rather quiet for the potential internationals. Below is a recap of their performances.

Australia, A-League, Sydney - Melbourne Victory 0:1
Ivan Necevski was Sydney's #2 keeper behind Vedran Janjetović, while his teammate Christopher Naumoff started on the right wing and played until the 61st minute when he made way for Shane Smeltz. Furthermore, Robert Stambolziev opened on the home team's bench and replaced Mickaël Zidro Tavares in the 84th minute.

Australia, A-League, Western Sydney Wanderers - Newcastle 1:2
Steve Kuzmanovski made the start for the home side on the left wing and played the whole match, whereas his teammate Michael Trajkovski didn't make the matchday squad. On the other side, Ben Kantarovski played all 90 minutes in defensive midfield. Kantarovski's team got the narrow win as his team got both goals in the first half.

Austria, Bundesliga, Sturm - Admira 3:1
Benjamin Sulimani started for Admira and played all 90 minutes in the away loss against Sturm.

Denmark, Superliga, Vestsjælland - Brøndby 0:1
Riza Durmisi made the matchday squad for Brøndby, but he remained on the bench.

Germany, 2. Bundesliga, München 1860 - Aalen 1:1
Orhan Ademi was an unused substitute for Aalen.

Greece, Super League, Olympiakos - Kerkyra 3:0
Marko Markovski played the whole game in Kerkyra's attack as they lost away to Olympiakos.

Slovenia, PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, Domžale - Maribor 0:0
Dejan Trajkovski played all 90 minutes at left-back for Domžale and was part of a defense that kept a clean sheet against his former team Maribor.

Switzerland, Raiffeisen Super League, Grasshoppers - Aarau 3:1

Nikola Gjorgjev spent all minutes on the home team's bench.

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