Skopje, 8 July 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
Shkendija of Tetovo has qualified last night in the second qualifying round of the Europa League. The red and black team won the away match against Cracovia thanks to the goals scored by Ibraimi and Hasani, while the Poles scored through Mateusz Cetnarski.
In the next phase, Shkendija will face the Azerbaijani team of FK Neftchi Baku who eliminated Balzan from Malta.
Meanwhile, the other two teams from FYROM are out of the European League. Sileks has been defeated by Vadus in the return match which was played in Skopje, while the national champion, Rabotnicki was defeated by Buducnosti in the return match in Podgorica. /balkaneu.com/