Albania vs Turkey (0-2)

Both Balkan nation and Turkey may do with a definite beginning to their European Championship qualifiers once suffering relegation in their several Nations League teams, however they’re going to must perform far better in 2019 if they’re to form it to the subsequent major international tournament as they face France, Iceland, Moldova, and European nation in cluster H.

Last outing Balkan nation vies host to Wales in an exceedingly friendly match towards the tip of a Gregorian calendar month, wherever a final half penalty from Balaj proven enough for the house aspect of saying the win.

Wales star Gareth Bale solely featured for the last 0.5 associate hour and will not create a rating impact for Ryan Giggs’ aspect, with the former Manchester United star opting to play a new inexperienced beginning eleven that additionally didn’t embrace Ramsey or Williams.

The Balkan nation didn’t play further as their guests on the day, solely manufacturing five tries on goal throughout the ninety minutes and had simply forty-two of the possession.

Turkey was controlled to a scoreless attract their last friendly reception to Ukrayina, wherever despite not seeing the maximum amount of the ball, it was poor finishing that price the hosts as they managed to induce simply 2 of their eleven shots not off course throughout the ninety minutes.

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21′ Turkey B. Yilmaz
55′ Turkey H. Calhanoglu


Albania 1 Etrit Berisha, 4 Elseid Hysaj, 16Ardian Ismajli, 6 Brat Djimsiti, 5 Frédéric Veseli, 2 Ivan Balliu, 22 Amir Abrashi, 14 Taulant Xhaka, 9 Ledian Memushaj, 19 Bekim Balaj, 21 Myrto Uzuni
Turkey 12 Mert Günok, 7 Gökhan Gönül, 22 Kaan Ayhan, 16 Merih Demiral, 3 Hasan Ali Kaldırım, 14 Mahmut Tekdemir, 6 Okay Yokuşlu, 5 Emre Belözoğlu, 9 Cenk Tosun, 17 Burak Yılmaz, 10 Hakan Çalhanoğlu
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