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Chris Naumoff during the round four A-League match; photo: Ashley Feder/Getty Images AsiaPacChris Naumoff during the round four A-League match; photo: Ashley Feder/Getty Images AsiaPac Ben Kantarovski netted a goal for Newcastle Jets in the road win over Melbourne City, while Marko Markovski scored a goal in the Greek Super League.

Albania, Kategoria Superiore, Skënderbeu - Flamurtari 2:0
Bekim Dema was an unused substitute for Skënderbeu.

Australia, Hyundai A-League, Melbourne City - Newcastle Jets 2:3
Steve Kuzmanovski opened on the right wing for Melbourne City and played until the 55th minute when he was replaced by Wade Dekker. On the other side, Benjamin Kantarovski started in defensive midfield for Newcastle Jets and played all 90 minutes. Melbourne City scored two goals in the first half, while Newcastle Jets responded with three unanswered goals in the last half hour, thus winning the game. Kantarovski played an important role as he scored Newcastle's first goal with a header in the 58th minute.

Kantarovski's goal (at 2:15):

Australia, Hyundai A-League, Central Coast Mariners - Sydney FC 1:3
Christopher Naumoff and Ivan Necevski saw their team, Sydney FC, get a road win over Central Coast Mariners in the fourth round of the Hyundai A-League. Necevski was the #2 keeper for Sydney, while Naumoff started on the left wing and played 58 minutes.

Austria, Bundesliga, Grödig - Wolfsberger AC 1:0
Benjamin Sulimani played until the 76th minute for Grödig in their narrow win over Wolfsberger AC. Tobias Kainz scored on a direct free kick in the 4th minute of stoppage time to hand Grödig all three points.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Mechelen - Waasland-Beveren 2:0
Erdin Demir started at left-back for Waasland-Beveren and played the entire game.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Rudar - Željezničar 1:0
Vedran Kjosevski spent the full match as Željezničar's #2 keeper on the bench.

Croatia, 2.HNL, Lučko - Hrvatski Dragovoljac 0:0
Muhamed Nuredini started for Lučko and played until the 81st minute when he made way for Sung Min Hong.

Germany, 2.Bundesliga, Freiburg - Eintracht Braunschweig 2:2
Orhan Ademi made his second consecutive start for Eintracht Braunschweig and played until the 55th minute when Emil Berggreen took his place. Braunschweig was down two goals at halftime, but they responded with two goals of their own in a span of ten minutes in the 2nd half to avoid the loss away to Freiburg.

Greece, Super League, Xanthi - Panetolikos 3:1

Marko Markovski started at center-forward for Panetolikos and notched the opening goal in the 9th minute. He received a cross from the left hand side and netted from close range. Nevertheless, Panetolikos lost the game as Xanthi answered with three goals.

Markovski's goal (beginning of the video):

Slovenia, PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, Domžale - Zavrč 0:1
Dejan Trajkovski played the whole game at left-back for Domžale in the disappointing home loss against Zavrč. A draw seemed likely, but Zlatan Muslimović scored in stoppage time for the visitors.

Slovenia, PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, Celje - Olimpija 0:4
Valon Ahmedi made a late substitute appearance for Celje in the devastating loss to top ranked Olimpija. His teammate Amir Bilali was called up for the first time this season, but he was an unused substitute.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö - Norrköping 0:2
Erdal Rakip played the opening half for Malmö in central midfield before he was replaced by Tobias Sana during the halftime break, while his teammate Marko Johansson didn't make the matchday squad. This was the last round of the Swedish top league and Malmö finished in 5th place.

Switzerland, Brack.ch Challenge League, Wohlen - Wil 1:3
Muhamed Seferi started in central midfield for Wohlen and played until the 76th minute when he was substituted by Jordan Brown. Seferi also received a yellow card for a bad foul in the 49th minute.

USA, Major League Soccer Play Offs, Montreal - Columbus Crew 2:1
Dilly Duka opened on Montreal's bench and played the last half hour after he replaced Dominic Oduro.

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