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Albania 2016 Third kit Medium

Albania 2016 Third kit Medium

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This kit is in excellent condition, a size Medium and features Macron's very own MPerformanceSystem.

In the 2016 UEFA European Championship, the Albanian national team made its debut in the tournament's group stage. While they did not advance to the knockout rounds, they delivered a commendable performance. Albania was drawn into Group A, alongside Switzerland, France, and Romania. Here's a summary of their performance:

  1. Albania 0-1 Switzerland (June 11, 2016): Albania began the tournament with a narrow defeat against Switzerland. Despite the loss, they showed promise and had their moments during the match.

  2. France 2-0 Albania (June 15, 2016): In their second group match, Albania faced the host nation, France. Although they lost 2-0, the Albanian team displayed resilience and defended well, keeping the scoreline close.

  3. Romania 0-1 Albania (June 19, 2016): Albania secured their first-ever victory in the European Championship by defeating Romania. The only goal of the match was scored by Armando Sadiku, and this win provided a historic moment for Albanian football.

During the UEFA Euro 2016, Albania participated in their first major international tournament. Some notable players from the Albanian national team during that tournament include:

  1. Lorik Cana: The captain of the Albanian team at Euro 2016, Lorik Cana was a key figure in defense. He provided leadership and experience to the team.

  2. Etrit Berisha: Berisha was the goalkeeper for Albania during Euro 2016. He made several important saves throughout the tournament.

  3. Elseid Hysaj: Hysaj played as a right-back for Albania in Euro 2016. He showcased his defensive abilities and also contributed in attacking plays.

  4. Taulant Xhaka: Taulant Xhaka, brother of Granit Xhaka who plays for Switzerland, played as a midfielder for Albania. He provided stability in midfield and contributed defensively as well as offensively.

  5. Armando Sadiku: Sadiku was Albania's main striker during Euro 2016. He scored Albania's only goal of the tournament in their victory against Romania.

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