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Deniz Hümmet (R) fights for the ball; photo: Jérôme BruleyDeniz Hümmet (R) fights for the ball; photo: Jérôme Bruley Benjamin Sulimani scored a goal for Grödig to initiate the win against his former team Austria.

Albania, Kategoria Superiore, Tërbuni - Bylis 0:1
Amir Bilali started for Bylis and played the whole game. The defender scored the game winner in the 21st minute.

Australia, Hyundai A-League, Central Coast Mariners - Newcastle Jets 2:4
In the high scoring game away to the Central Coast Mariners, Benjamin Kantarovski played all minutes as a central defender for Newcastle.

Australia, Hyundai A-League, Sydney FC - Perth Glory 4:0
Ivan Necevski was the reserve goalie for Sydney, while his teammates Robert Stambolziev and Christopher Naumoff didn't make the matchday squad.

Austria, Bundesliga, Austria - Grödig 0:2
Benjamin Sulimani started in attack for Grödig and scored the opener in the 58th minute after a mess in Austria's defense. Grödig netted a second goal in the 90th minute and collected three points from the away game against Austria.

Sulimani's goal (at 3:20):


Denmark, Alka Superliga, Randers - København 1:1
Bashkim Kadrii spent all minutes on København's bench.

France, Ligue 1, Saint-Étienne - Troyes 1:0
Deniz Hümmet opened at centre-forward for Troyes and played until the half-time break as he was replaced directly after the break.

Germany, 2.Bundesliga, Heidenheim - Eintracht Braunschweig 2:2
Orhan Ademi
was an unused substitute for Braunschweig.

Slovenia, Prva Liga Telekom Slovenije, Maribor - Domžale 2:1
Dejan Trajkovski played all minutes at left-back for Domžale. Meanwhile, Valon Ahmedi was an unused substitute for Maribor.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö - Sundsvall 1:2
Erdal Rakip played from the 74th minute for Malmö, while his teammate Marko Johansson wasn't called up for this encounter.

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