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Norway’s strongest staff towards Kosovo – an previous familiarity in a distinct half – Dagsavisen

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Norway’s strongest staff towards Kosovo – an previous familiarity in a distinct half – Dagsavisen

Valon Berisha performed 20 worldwide A matches for Norway between 2012 and 2016, eight of them on the Ullevaal stadium. Martin Ødegaard and Ørjan Nyland each performed worldwide video games with him. Tonight they’re enjoying with him.

Berisha from Roga selected Kosovo when the nation will begin enjoying worldwide video games in 2016, and gamers with roots there can change groups even when they’ve performed in tournaments in a foreign country. His brother Veton selected to remain in Norway and final performed for the nationwide staff two years in the past.

Besides Berisha, Kosovo will begin with southern Elbasan Rashani. He has a number of age-specific worldwide video games for Norway.

Ståle Solbakken introduced the staff on TV 2 already the day earlier than the sport, and he’s a heavy participant in Ullevaal. Everyone within the beginning line-up other than left-back David Møller Wolfe comes from the highest 5 leagues. Wolfe performs for the Netherlands, who’re ranked sixth within the Uefa rankings.

Here are the teams in Ullevaal:

Norway (4-3-3):

1 Ørjan Nyland – 3 Kristoffer Ajer, 21 Andreas Hanche-Olsen, 4 Leo Østigård, 5 David Møller Wolfe – 10 Martin Ødegaard (captain), 8 Sander Berge, 18 Kristian Thorstvedt – 22 Oscar Bobb, 9 Erling 23 Braut Hand Ha Larsen.

Subs: 12 Mathias Dyngeland, 13 Egil Selvik – 2 Marcus Holmgren Pedersen, 6 Patrick Berg, 7 Erik Botheim, 11 Andreas Schjelderup, 14 Julian Ryerson, 15 Jostein Gundersen, 16 Hugo Vetlesen, 17 Mortennum Thorsby, Aron Thorsby 2, Antonio Dørsby .

Kosovo (4-3-3):

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1 Visar Bekaj – 15 Mergim Vojvoda, 13 Amir Rrahmani (captain), 3 Fidan Aliti, 17 Leart Paqarada – 22 Blendi Idrizi, 8 Lindon Emërllahu, 14 Valon Berisha – 10 Edon Zhegrova 18 Vedat Elbasan Rashani, 1.

Reserve: 12 Arijanet Muric, 16 Ilir Avdyli, 24 Mustafe Abdullahu – 2 Florent Hadergjonaj, 4 Art Smakaj, 5 Lumbardh Dellova, 6 Ilir Krasniqi, 7 Altin Zeqiri, 9 Albion Rrahmani, 19 Muhamet Hadergjonaj, 19 Muhamet Djrilon Haznis, 20 Krasni Krasnis 23 Bernard Berisha.

Judge: Mikkel Redder, Denmark.

Kosovo’s captain is Amir Rrahmani, Leo Østigård’s teammate and gap-blocking rival at Napoli.

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