Albania Vs Norway - '41min Rama 1:0

The atmosphere in the stadium was imposing. 18 thousand fervent fans were dressed in traditional colors, in anticipation of this important meeting jashtëzakonissht. The culminating moment before the challenge was achieved when the Albanian national anthem was sung. Kastriot Tushën background accompanied the entire stadium, while the largest national flag unfolded in central debate. In Tirana and Skopje, as the city where thousands gathered in the square Albanian ideal message was forwarded to our ancestors: "Ethnic Albania". All this magnificent early motivated players on the field. After a free kick our players were those who were close, but Norwegian goalkeeper who stopped rolling. The first case to guests came in the 10th minute. After a break of one of the attackers dangerous Norwegian and the ball was diverted before entering the gate our boy was caught by Kosovo, Berisha Fathers. Our boys dominated the game in progress. Induce gold after the e15-Hamdi Salihi issued, which failed to concretize a good ball from Edgar Cani. Red and Blacks continued to threaten. After a good break and control the ball, an opponent player stepped on a free kick, which executed potent and into the arms of Norwegian poertierit. Albania continued dominance. After quickly launch a counterattack was winger from Kosovo, Valdet Rama, he quickly came to the area and with a powerful kick, managed to send the ball into the bottom corner for 1-0 Norwegian keeper and lead our national (41 ').

Ronaldinho vs Tijuana 30/05/ 2013

Besiktas vice-president Ahmet Nur Cebi has revealed that the Turkish giants are keen to sign Atletico Mineiro star Ronaldinho this summer. The Istanbul giants are keen to add some more creativity to their squad ahead of the 2013-14 campaign and they see the former Barcelona star as an ideal addition to their roster. "We have made an offer for Ronaldinho. We are now awaiting his answer," Cebi told reporters.

Liverpool could wait three years for Champions League football, says Ayre

Liverpool's return to the Champions League could take as long as three seasons, according to managing director Ian Ayre. The Reds have failed to qualify for Europe's top competition since their second-place Premier League finish in 2008-09 but Ayre feels that it could take time for Brendan Rodgers to reshape the club enough to reach the elite again. LIVERPOOL LATEST 2/1 Liverpool are 2/1 with Bet365 to finish in the Premier League top four in 2013-14 "The expectation is to keep progressing and, of course, our ambition is to play in the Champions League," he told reporters. "This football club is steeped in the tradition of the European Cup. That's where everyone wants to be from the owners down. "Our ambition is to get there. Whether we do that in one year, two years or three, we will see. That's where Liverpool should be." After swapping Kenny Dalglish for Rodgers, the Reds improved to finish seventh in 2012-13 and Ayre urged continued patience from fans following a significant shift in playing style."We made a big change a year ago with the ambition of getting Liverpool back where they should be at the top of football," he added. "We changed the manager, we changed the style of play and we changed some players. We said we wanted to build something here.

Neymar Vs Messi - Comercial Guaraná Antarctica

The Catalan giants announced on Sunday they will sign the Brazilian star from Santos in a deal worth 28 million euros, beating rival Real Madrid in the race to bring him to Europe. And while Montoya is excited about his team's future addition, he has warned the 21-year-old that the Argentine star is the main man at Camp Nou.

Remember dribble that made ​​it once Marcelo-Messi

The 57-year-old initially took charge of the Basques two years ago and led the club to both the finals of the Europa League and Copa del Rey in his maiden campaign, along with a sixth-placed finish in La Liga. However, he was unable to repeat his successes of 2011-12 last term, having presided over a relegation battle for much of the season, and his contract will now not be renewed as a result. "The board unanimously decided against renewing Marcelo Bielsa's contract because we believe that a change is in the best interests of Athletic," said president Josu Urrutia in a statement.