15 October 2019 – Spectacular Kosovo. This is how the game played by the Dardans’ National Team in the next qualifying match for Euro 2020 against Montenegro at the overcrowded “Fadil Vokrri” stadium in Prishtina, attended by 12,494 fans may be considered. The Dardans had a fantastic start to the game and just when fans in the stands had turned on their cellphone lights in honor of the legendary Fadil Vokrri, in those moments came the goal of joy. The 10th minute was played as Bersant Celina arched in the zone from the corner where Amir Rrahmani jumped the highest and nodded the ball with his head into the Montenegrin goal net causing indescribable joy to the fans in the stands. Kosovo’s good game continued in the following minutes, with numerous chances in front of the goal but the lead doubled in the 34th minute when this time Vedat Muriqi, as a real lion, finalized a perfect Dardanian action thus finally kneeling the guest team. In the second half, Kosovo again appeared spectacular but our players lacked efficiency, while in one chance, Muriq’s goal was denied by the goal’s transverse pole. Following that victory, Kosovo holds on to the hopes of qualifying with 11 points collected and two finals to play against the Czech Republic and England next month.

Kosovo – Montenegro 2: 0

Stadium: “Fadil Vokrri”

Viewers: 12,494

Referees: Artur Dias (Portugal)

Scorer: 1: 0 – Amir Rahmani 10th minute, 2: 0 – Vedat Muriqi 35th

Yellow cards: Vedat Muriqi, Mërgimi Vojvoda, Benjamin Kololli – Vladimir Jovovic, Aleksandar Scekic, Nikola Vukcevic, Marko Jankovic.

Kosovo: Arijanet Muriç, Florent Hadërgjonaj, Fidan Aliti, Benjamin Kololli, Herolind Shala (82′ Anel Rashkaj), Milot Rashica, Bersant Celina (90 + 3 Florent Hasani), Amir Rahmani, Valon Berisha, Mergim Vojvoda (88′ Edon Zhegrova), Vedat Muriqi.

Montenegro: Danijel Petkovic (15′ Milan Mijatovic), Darko Bulatovic, Nikola Vukcevic, Dusan Lagator, Stefan Mugosa, Vladimir Jovovic ((73′ Marko Jankovic), Nebojsa Kosovic (46′ Fatos Beqiraj), Aleksandar Sçekic, Aleksandar Boljevic, Marko Simic, Adam Marusic.