Weekend’s goalscorers – Azdren Llullaku, 2 goals in 2 minutes

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Besart Berisha (Melbourne Victory), 1 goal :

The game against Central Coast Mariners could have ended 0-0 but 29 year old Besart Berisha’s strike after an hour of playtime gave Melbourne Victory an extra boost. He sneaked by the defenders and gave Melbourne a 1-0-lead, less than ten minutes later Melbourne took a 3-0 lead which also was the final result. This was Melbourne’s third win in a row which means they only have a one point gap up to first placed Perth Glory. Berisha has now scored six season goals in nine games and he has scored a total of 54 goals in Australia since his arrival. This means that he remains the third top goal scorer in the A-League history, bear in mind that Australia’s new league was founded almost ten years ago.

Azdren Llullaku (Gaz Metan Medias), 2 goals:

Italian raised striker Azdren Llullaku only needed two minutes to give his team a 2-0 lead when Brasov came to visit. His first goal came in the third minute when his team mate failed to hit the ball but Llullaku was there and his shot easily found the net. 97 seconds later Llullaku was once again on target and could score his second goal. Shortly after the guests got a penalty but failed to score. However they got a goal noted at the very end but Gaz Metan Medias won 2-1 and Llullaku was replaced right before the game ended. Llullaku has now scored five goals in the Romanian League.


Arjan Ademi (Dinamo Zagreb), 1 goal:

On April 12th 2014 NK Rijeka came to visit at the Stadion Maksimir but where humiliated when Dinamo Zagreb smashed Rijeka by scoring four goals, Arijan Ademi scored one of them while Rijeka scored none. During the weekend it was once again time for the Dinamo-Rijeka derby and just like last time Dinamo won by great numbers. 3-0 was the result and Arijan Ademi was glad to score again against second placed Rijeka. He was put from start and scored right before half-time, his second season goal. After the break Ademi’s team mates scored two more goals and as I mentioned they won 3-0. Dinamo Zagreb are still on top of the Croatian League.

Benjamin Kololli (Le Mont), 1 goal:

Benjamin Kololli and his many Albanian team mates suffered a 1-3 defeat when they visited Lugano in the Swiss Challenge League (second division). Le Mont had all their Albanians playing from start which meant Kololli played alongside Agonit Sallaj, Sehar Fejzulahi, Orhan Mustafi and Florian Berisha. Lugano on the other hand started with their duo Drilon Pacarizi and Denis Markaj. The audience did not witness any goals during the first half but after an hour Le Mont took the lead thanks to defender Benjamin Kololli, his first season goal. Le Mont managed to keep that lead until the final 10 minutes when they collapsed and let in three goals. A vital win for second placed Lugano while Le Mont remain second from the bottom.

Edgar Çani (Catania), 1 goal:

Bologna only managed to get one point from Catania during the weekend. The third placed team in Italy’s Serie B took a 2-0 lead after 56 minutes but three minutes later Edgar Çani showed up and scored a goal for the home team, his second season goal. Bologna thought they easily would get three point but a penalty in the 78th minute helped Catania equalize and the game ended 2-2. Çani played the entire game and was also awarded a yellow card right after scoring since he got into a small brawl with Bologna’s goalkeeper who did not let Çani have the ball.

Hamdi Salihi (Hapoel Accre), 1 goal:

Two goals in three days, Hamdi Salihi is having a great week. This weekend he scored his sixth goal for Hapoel Accre in Israel however they loss by a narrow 1-2 against Maccabi Netanya. Albania’s international played from start and scored the equalizer in the 36th minute. 1-1 was the halftime result and the guests scored the vital goal after about an hour of play time. Despite Salihi’s six goals in 12 rounds his team are fighting at the bottom of Israel’s League.

Pajtim Kasami (PAOK), 1 goal:

Olympiakos’ newest signing Pajtim Kasami scored goal number four this weekend when PAS Giannina came to visit. He played from start and had to see guests take the lead after 23 minutes. Olympiakos needed a penalty right after the break to equalize and in the 75th minute Kasami’s strike gave the home team a 2-1 lead. Kasami’s team almost got three points from the game but the guests crushed their hopes since it was their turn to equalize with only two minutes left of the game. The final result was 2-2 and second placed Olympiakos missed the chance to get closer to PAOK.


Donjet Shkodra (Eendracht Aalst), 1 goal:

Another player who scored for the second game in a row is Donjet Shkodra in Belgium’s second division. It took him less than two minutes to give Eendraacht Aalst a 1-0 lead against Racing Mechelen, his seventh season goal. Shkodra was also awarded a yellow card around the one hour mark. The home team Racing lost by a 2-4, their 9th season game loss in a row and Shkodra’s team went home with another three points in the bag.

Edmond Kapllani (FSV Frankfurt), 1 goal:

Eroll Zejnullahu’s Union Berlin beat Edmond Kapllani’s FSV Frankfurt last night (2-1) and both of the Albanians started on the bench. Union had taken a 2-0 lead when Zejnullahu replaced one of the goalscorers in the 76 minute. 10 minutes earlier Kapllani had entered the pitch and the striker scored the only goal for visitors Frankfurt during stoppage time. This was Kapllani’s fifth season goal in Germany’s 2.Bundesliga.

Ferhan Hasani (Brøndby), 1 goal:

Supersub Ferhan Hasani only needed four minutes to score the only goal against Silkeborg in Denmark, on Brøndby’s 50th anniversary I can add. He started on Brøndby’s bench and in the 71 minute he was substituted in, four minutes later his shot found the net which made their home arena explode with joy. Shortly after he was awarded a yellow card and during the last minutes his fellow team mate Riza Durmisi joined him on the pitch. An important first season goal for the Macedonian international Hasani that just returned from his injury.

Renaldo Rama (Fostiras), 1 goal:

In the Greek second League (south table) Renaldo Rama gave his team a 1-0-lead only four minutes into the game which also happened to be the 24-year old’s first goal in the new team. The score remained unchanged during the break but the Ermionidas-Ermis equalized a couple of minutes into the second half. Game ended 1-1.

Samir Ramizi (Wohlen), 1 goal:

Wohlen can remain on the throne for another week thanks to Samir Ramizi. The 23-year old scored the only goal when first placed Wohlen beat visitors Winterthur. It took the hero 83 minutes to score, his 7th this season and the dream to Super League lives on for captain Alban Pnishi and his boys. Since Drilon Pacarizi failed to score this weekend Samir Ramizi is now the top goalscorer out of all the Albanians in the Swiss second division.

Vasil Shkurtaj (Niki Volos), 2 goals:

Bottom placed Niki Volos collected three very important points thanks to Vasil Shkurtaj’s two goals. The spectators had barely returned from buying snacks during the half time break when Shkurtaj in the 46th minute gave the home team a 1-0 lead. 25 minutes later he scored a second goal and Niki Volos won 2-0 against Kalloni.

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