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Estonian internationals: Round-up (4)

Deni DelevComment

As the spring approaches, Estonian strikers slowly wake up. Check out who scored and who performed well during the previous week. This time we add Tarmo Kink and his performances with Inverness. 



Igor Subbotin – wasn’t in the squad in Mlada Boleslav’s win over Lindepere’s former team, Banik Ostrava (1-0)

Artjom Artjunin – second match in a row on the bench as his FC Brasov were defeated by 10-men Targu Mures on Monday (16.03). On the bench again in his team’s big win over Dinamo Bucharest (1-0)

Frank Liivak – 90 minutes for the young Estonian international for Alcobendas Sport as they came from behind to beat (2-1) Torrejon.



Konstantin Vassiljev – played until 63rd minute for Piast while the result was 1-0 for his team. After his substitution they conceded two goals and lost 1-2 to Korona which was 3rd defeat in the last 4 games.

Ragnar Klavan – played 90 minutes in yet another defeat for his team (2-0) against Freiburg

Igor Morozov – 90 minutes in Debrecen’s win (1-0) over DVTK.



Henri Anier –played the final 12 minutes in the third defeat in a row to Celtic (3-0)

Tarmo Kink – came in as a sub in the 65th minute for Inverness in their defeat to Partick Thistle (1-0)

Marko Meerits  – played 90 minutes in his team’s 3-2 win over FC Eindhoven on Monday (16.03). On Friday (20.03) he played another 90 minutes for Emmen in the draw away (1-1) against Waalwijk.

Artur Kotenko – was rested in the ¼ final cup match against Granit (0-0)

Sergei Zenov – didn’t play in Torpedo Moscow’s defeat (0-1) to Spartak

Karol Mets – new excellent performance for Viking as his team beat Rosenborg (4-2)

Foto: Tore Fjermestad

Foto: Tore Fjermestad

Kevin Kauber – came in as a sub in the 83rd minute and scored NK Krka’s final goal in their convincing 3-0 win over Koper. You can see the goal from 2:30 mins.

Sergei Mošnikov – scored the equaliser for Tobol against Irtysh in the 93rd minute. Came in as a sub in the 68th.

Rimo Hunt – played the last 15 minutes in Kaysar’s win over Shaktar Kargandy (1-2)

Henrik Ojamaa – played in Sarpsborg 08’s draw against Stabaek (2-2)