Blogg: Sašas «Tour de France»: I've never seen so much emotions like in last two nights.

wales-russia-aaron-ramsey_3487721 Tekst Sasa Ibrulj This was supposed to be the early Monday morning blog. Just like I was supposed to be on the early Monday morning flight from Lyon to Toulouse. But, Air France. Got an email saying the flight is canceled, went panicking, got an email with rebooking to other flight, then that flight was moved again. Lovely. This was also supposed to be a blog on Albania. And was supposed to call Albanians the loudest and the most emotional nation in this tournament. But, then I stopped writing and went to see Wales. Now this is a blog about Albanians and Wales - two nations that celebrated goals the loudest and with the most emotions. I've been at quite few stadiums in all around Europe - just tonight I've counted Toulouse as 90th - and I've witnessed all kind of goal celebrations - including the ones that involved teams that I support - but I've never seen so much emotions like in last two nights. When Armando Sadiku steered a perfect Ledian Memushaj's cross in to the net, heading the ball behind Romanian keeper, he did not just put his name in the history books; he pushed the whole nation in to complete delirium. For Albanians it was more than just the first goal at the major tournaments. It was more than just the first win at the major tournaments. Much more than a chance to, with some luck, advance to the next round. And it was much more than simple footballing sensation. For Albanians this meant that they've put their name on the world map. "This is the biggest thing in our history", said Ermal Kuka, Albanian journalist who ...

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