Marquinhos in Bulgaria squad for Euro 2012 match
Brazilian-born Marquinhos has been included in Bulgaria's squad for its upcoming 2012 European Championship qualifier against Montenegro.
Bulgaria coach Lothar Matthaeus added the midfielder to his 22-man squad on Saturday for the June 4 match in Podgorica.
Marquinhos, 29, who plays for Bulgarian Cup winner CSKA Sofia, earlier this week received Bulgarian citizenship which allowed him to join the national squad.
Matthaeus also recalled Alania forward Ivan Stoyanov.
England and Montenegro top Group G with 10 points from four games. Switzerland and Bulgaria have four points from as many matches.
Goalkeepers: Nikolay Mihaylov (Twente), Vladislav Stoyanov (Sheriff Tiraspol)
Defenders: Ivan Ivanov (Alania Vladikavkaz), Ivan Bandalovski (CSKA Sofia), Stanislav Manolev (PSV Eindhoven), Valentin Iliev (Steaua Bucharest), Nikolay Bodurov (Litex Lovech), Petar Zanev (Litex Lovech), Yordan Miliev (Levski Sofia), Rumen Trifonov (CSKA Sofia)
Midfielders: Stiliyan Petrov (Aston Villa), Chavdar Yankov (Rostov), Marquinhos (CSKA Sofia), Boris Galchev (CSKA Sofia), Ivelin Popov (Gaziantepspor), Hristo Yanev (Litex Lovech)
Forwards: Martin Petrov (Bolton), Spas Delev (CSKA Sofia), Ivan Stoyanov (Alania Vladikavkaz), Tsvetan Genkov (Wisla Krakow), Dimitar Makriev (Krylya Sovietov), Nikolay Dimitrov (Kasimpasa).