Albania wins against 4-0 against a modest Moldavia, thanks to goals from Cikalleshi, Bare, Trashi and Manaj.
Edy Reja opts for two changes in her 3-5-2 compared to the lineup chosen on Friday in Turkey: out Memushaj and Lenjani, in Abrashi and Trashi, in the absolute debut in the national team.
Albania takes the ball of the game from the very first minutes, even if the scoring chances concede in the first part of the first half. However, the game goes down to the 22 'when - after a beating and rebuttal in the Moldovan area - Cikalleshi stabs with a precise diagonal Koselev.
The same Koselev becomes the protagonist of an incredible mistake at the 34 ', giving the double advantage to Albania: Gjasula launches for Bare but the assist is too long, Koselev exits and arrives easily on the ball but incredibly escapes from his hands serving to Bare the easiest of opportunities to be implemented.
The hosts then collapsed definitively six minutes later, when Trashi's left-handed pierces the not-yet-faultless Koselev. Debut in the dream national team for the Partizani midfielder.
The second half is pure formality for the red-blacks, who manage the triple advantage without any problem, risking on several occasions to make even the fourth goal. The most dangerous comes to the 55 ′, when Bare - at the end of a splendid choral action from Albania - prints Abrashi's assist on the crossbar.
Poker that still arrives in the final minutes with another great game, this time of Manaj. The Albacete striker is very good at deflecting the sub-entry Roshi's assist with a back-heel. Before the final whistle, Reja also offers an unforgettable evening for Kumbulla and Selahi, both debutants in the national team.
It ends with a round 4-0 for Reja's Albania that rewrites another record - after the one of goals scored in an official match against Iceland - recording the widest victory ever in its history.
Kosovo - Montenegro 2-0
On the field tonight there was also Kosovo, victorious once again at Prishtina against Montenegro. (2-0) Challandes's men will play the Euro 2020 qualification in the last two games against the Czech Republic (away) and England (at home).