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Estonian internationals: Round-up (11)

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This week we will see the wonderful goal from Kostja, hear about the crazy match in Augsburg and the clash between Anier and Kink.

By Deni Delev

Teijo Teniste – 90 minutes in Sogndal’s newest win, this time over Ranheim (1-0)

Frank Liivak – full 90 minutes in Alcobendas’ last match in Tercera Division Grupo 7 in their draw against Mostoles URJC (1-1). His team finished on 2nd position.

Konstantin Vassiljev – wonderful goal for the Estonian international in the match against Ruch which wasn’t enough for Piast to win (1-1) He was replaced in the 88th minute by Osyra.

Ragnar Klavan – commanded Augsburg’s defensive line in the crazy defeat to Hannover (1-2) where his team ended the match with only 9 players on the pitch. In the final round Augsburg plays Borussia Moenchengladbach.

Henri Anier and Tarmo Kink – Kink played the last 6 minutes while Anier stayed on the bench as Inverness destroyed Dundee Utd (3-0)

Marko Meerits  – will take on Roda on the 22nd and 25th of May in the semi-finals of the play-off as his Emmen seeks to qualify for Eredivisie.

Artur Kotenko – didn’t play in the derby against Bate Borisov (0-0)

Sergei Zenov – 90 minutes for Zenov in Torpedo’s third draw in a row, this time against Krasnodar (2-2) after which they are officially relegated from the Russian Premier League.

Karol Mets – assisted Bytyqi in the 88th minute with a nicely taken challenge and received a yellow card in the eventful win over Start (1-0) Highlights of the match here.

Mihkel Aksalu – new clean sheet for the national team goalkeeper in the away game to KTP (0-0).

Siim Tenno and Reio Laabus – 90 minutes for Tenno in Neumünster’s defeat to Goslarer (3-0) as his team is officially relegated from Regionalliga Nord. Laabus again didn’t get any minutes.

Kevin Kauber – didn’t play in Krka’s win over Koper (0-2)

Henrik Ojamaa – played the first 45 minutes in Sarpsborg’s defeat at home to Lillestrom (1-3)

Mikk Reintam – played full 90 minutes in Frydek-Mistek’s defeat to Most (3-2).

Sander Puri – 90 minutes in Sligo’s win over Drogheda (2-0)