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Estonian internationals: Round-up (7)

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By Deni Delev

This week most of the Estonian internationals got playing time for their teams. Anier rested because of Cup action in Scotland, Mošnikov will be sidelined for up to 3 months and we are still not sure what is going on with Teniste in Sogndal. On the more positive side, Klavan and his Augsburg are surely going towards Europa League, Reintam made his debut and Liivak becomes indispensable part of Alcobendas Sport.

Igor Subbotin – played the second half for the U-21 team of Mlada Boleslav in the derby against Sparta Prague which his team lost (2-1).

Igor is trying to make his way into the first squad through the U-21 team of Mlada Boleslav

Igor is trying to make his way into the first squad through the U-21 team of Mlada Boleslav

Artjom Artjunin – not in the squad during FC Brasov’s newest defeat, this time to CSMS Iasi with this magnificent goal from over 40 meters (1-0) His team is just above the relegation zone. 

Frank Liivak – Full match for Liivak in Alcobendas’ newest win over Fernando Henares (3-0)

Konstantin Vassiljev – played the first half in Piast Gliwice’s newest defeat, this time to Jagiellonia (2-1)

Ragnar Klavan – mastered Augsburg’s defense during their 13 win of the season against Stuttgart (2-1) as his team shares the fifth position on the table with Schalke 04.

Igor Morozov – didn’t play in Debrecen’s (2-0) win over Paks.

Tarmo Kink – didn’t have any contribution in Inverness’ massive win over Celtic (3-2 AET) as they reached the final of the Scottish FA Cup

Marko Meerits  – conceded two goals (the second one in the 92nd minute from penalty) in Emmen’s draw against Achilles 29 (2-2)

Artur Kotenko – was surprisingly benched for Shaktor’s draw against Slavia Mozyr (1-1)

Karol Mets – 90 minutes in the heart of the defense for Viking as they failed to hold on to a draw against Stabaek (1-0)

Mihkel Aksalu – first win of the season for the Estonian goalie as he kept a clean sheet against Rovaniemi (1-0)

Siim Tenno and Reio Laabus – Tenno played the whole match, while Laabus stayed on the bench for VfR Neumünster as they continue their series of bad results, this time defeat to Hamburger SV II (4-0)

Kevin Kauber – came in as a sub in the 64th minute, but couldn’t help his team break Olimpija Ljubljana’s defense (0-0)

Rimo Hunt – received a yellow card in Kaisar’s goalless draw against Ordabasy.

Henrik Ojamaa – started the match against Sandefjord but received a straight red card in the 54th minute. You can see the moment at 1:46 of the video. Sarpsborg lost in the end (1-0). Highlights here.

Mikk Reintam – debut for the Estonian defender for his new club Frydek-Mistek. However, he didn’t bring them luck as they lost to Varnsdorf (1-0)

Sander Puri – played the last 5 minutes in Sligo’s draw against Longford (1-1)