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Football: Norway - Albania 0-1

 

Norway's men lost 0-1 to Albania in their World Championship qualifier at Ullvaal Stadium in Oslo on Friday.

 

Hamdi Salihi scored the winning goal for Albania in the 67th minute.

Norway had several very good opportunities to equalize, but did not succeed.

Norway is now in third place in the qualifier group E, and has a tough road ahead.

(NRK)

 


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