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Ten of our players took part in national teams
INTERNATIONAL BREAK ROUND-UP
Martin Kramarič returns to Maribor after scoring in Podgorica
Foto: Drago Wernig
Marwan Kabha: played the entire match for Israel against Lichtenstein (1-0) and 67 minutes of the match against Spain (0-1).

Valon Ahmedi: did not feature for Albania against Spain (0-3); came on in the 90th minute of the match against Italy (0-1).

Martin Kramarič: scored a goal for Slovenia U21s against Montenegro U21s (3-1), playing the whole match; played 88 minutes of the match against Luxembourg U21s (1-1).

Mitja Viler and Damjan Bohar did not feature for Slovenia in the matches against England and Scotland.

Fiver of our players were called up to Slovenia U19s. Žan Kolmanič, Adis Hodžić, Luka Koblar, Nino Žugelj and Tomi Horvat played the whole 90 minutes in the 5-0 victory against Malta, with Horvat scoring two goals. Kolmanič and Hodžič played the entire qualifying match for the European championship against Hungary (1-2), with Horvat coming on as a 54th minute substitute. On Tuesday, Slovenia U19s played another match, this time against the Netherlands. The match ended in a 2-2 draw. Kolmanič and Hodžič again played the whole match. Horvat was subbed off in the 89th minute. The Dutch injury-time equaliser meant our players will not be progressing into the next round of the qualifiers.