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Mar 25, 2019 at 7.45pm UK at Pristina City Stadium
Attendance: 12,580
Zeneli (61')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Bozhikov (39')

Team Lineups: Kosovo 1-1 Bulgaria

Last Updated: Monday, March 25, 2019 at 22:45 UK

Venue: Prishtina City Stadium


G12Aro Muric
CD-L3Fidan Aliti
CD-R13Amir Rrahmani
LB17Benjamin Kololli
SubstitutionLeart Paqarada, 78'
RB15Mërgim Vojvoda
AM9Bersant Celina
SubstitutionBesar Halimi, 58'
LM5Herolind Shala
SubstitutionEdon Zhegrova, 59'
RM6Hekuran Kryeziu
F18Vedat Muriqi
AM-L10Arber Zeneli
AM-R7Milot Rashica
Sub19Leart Paqarada
Sub8Besar Halimi
Sub22Edon Zhegrova
Sub1Samir Ujkani
Sub23Bernard Berisha
Sub21Atdhe Nuhiu
Sub4Idriz Voca
Sub16Visar Bekaj
Sub14Florent Hasani
Sub20Mirlind Kryeziu
Sub2Arbenit Xhemajli
Sub11Lirim Kastrati I


G13Nikolay Mihaylov
CD-L15Vasil Bozhikov
CD-R5Nikolay Bodurov
LB14Anton Nedyalkov
RB2Strahil Popov
CM-L7Georgi Kostadinov
SubstitutionValentin Antov, 80'
CM-R6Simeon Slavchev
LM8Todor Nedelev
RM9Spas Delev
SubstitutionPetar Zanev, 68'
F10Ivelin Popov
RCF20Kristiyan Malinov
SubstitutionMartin Minchev, 76'
Sub12Valentin Antov
Sub3Petar Zanev
Sub17Martin Minchev
Sub18Galin Ivanov
Sub16Radoslav Vasilev
Sub21Radoslav Kirilov
Sub11Antonio Vutov
Sub1Dimitar Evtimov
Sub23Blagoy Makendzhiev
Sub19Stansilav Kostov
Sub4Kamen Haszhiev
Sub22Nikolay Dimitrov

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· Comeback queen and super-mum Helen Glover goes for her third Olympic gold alongside Polly Swann in the women's pair final (1.30am)
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