Romania Goals

Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 10: Armando Sadiku’s Historic Goal for Albania
Albania showed spirited performance on their final group game as they picked up all three points and maintain that small hope of advancing into the next stage thanks to Armando Sadiku's goal.
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Albania Grabbed First Win in Euro
Albania were able to keep their hope of staying in Euro 2016 alive following a historic victory over Romania on Sunday, thanks to Armando Sadiku's goal. Already losing their previous two matches, Gianni de Biasi's men carry a slight hope of getting into the knock out stages as best third place team.
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Romania vs Albania (0-1)
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Albania Eager to Grab Victory in Final Group Game
Already losing two games doesn't make Albania give up their final group game in Euro 2016 as Gianni De Biasi's men are still aiming for three points. Although advancing into the next stage might depend on other group results, but De Biasi stated that his team will keep pushing for victory against Romania this Sunday.
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Romania Ready for Do or Die Battle Against Albania
Only having one point from two previous games, Romania are inset for a massive battle this Sunday as they face Albania in their final group game. Tricolorii head coach, Anghel Iordancescu insisting to his players that their weekend tie against Albania is a do or die for them as it's an opportunity that their nation should not miss.
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Romania and Swiss Share a Point on Euro 2016 Second Game
Romania's ambition to properly bounce back from their first game defeat against France didn't go as well as planned as they only picked up a point on their second group fixture against Switzerland.
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Romania vs Switzerland (1-1)
GOAL! Romania 1-0 Switzerland (Stancu, 18, pen) A very cool low shot into the bottom left corner. His second penalty of the tournament. GOAL! Romania 1-1 Switzerland (Mehmedi, 55) Mehmedi pulls a ball back across the Romania area to Seferovic, stationary on the penalty spot.
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Petkovic Wants an Improved Swiss Against Romania
Switzerland may started their Euro 2016 in positive manner, grabbing three points on their opening fixture against Albania, but that doesn't seem to please La Nati's boss, Vladimir Petkovic.
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Romania Gear Up for Important Tie Against Switzerland
Romania remain keen on fulfilling their ambition of advancing into the next round of Euro 2016, despite losing their opening game against France. In order to do that, head coach, Anghel Iordanescu put a strong emphasize on their second group game against Swiss, stating it as an important tie for Tricolorii's Euro future.
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Euro 2016′ Goal of The Day: Dimitri Payet’s Winner for France
France started out their Euro 2016 campaign with the best possible result, taking all three points from Romania, all thanks to their winger, Dimitri Payet. The West Ham United man showcasing excellent display throughout the game, creating opportunities, assisting, before eventually coming up with the winning goal.
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Payet’s Heroic Gives France Victory Against Romania
Host nation, France picked up their first three points in Euro 2016, but that was not without a hard fought battle as their victory only occurred thanks to Dimitri Payet's brilliance.
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France vs Romania (2-1)
Teams: France: Lloris; Sagna, Rami, Koscileny, Evra; Matuidi, Pogba, Kanté; Payet, Giroud, Greizmann Romania: Tătăruşanu; Săpunaru, Grigore, Chiricheş, Raţ; Hoban, Pintilii; Stanciu, Popa, Stancu; Andone Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hun) GOAL! France 1-0 Romania (Giroud 58) And that’s why he’s started! Giroud outjumps the goalkeeper to meet a delightfully floated cross by Payet and head into the net! Moments prior to that Tatarusanu made an excellent save to turn away a ferocious volley by Pogba after more wizardry from Payet, but the keeper should have done much better in the challenge with Giroud.
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Iordanescu Believes Romania Will Play Well Against France
Being considered as the underdog on their Euro 2016 opener against France this Friday doesn't reduce any of Romania's confidence for that match. That positive mind set was described by The Tricolor's head coach, Anghel Iordanescu, who believes that his players will put on a good performance against the host nation.
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