Anton Ciprian Tatarusanu is one of Romanias most famous goalkeeper at the moment, and he has surprisingly spent the majority of his career up to date in his native country. The highly rated shot-stopper joined the most famous club on domestic stage Steaua via Juventus Bucuresti and Gloria Bistrita and he would go on to spend next seven years in the capital, making over 130 league appearances and featuring in over 40 matches in European competitions.
As a result, with three points on the board for either, the teams enjoy the third and fourth positions. The presence of Spain and Sweden in the mix has played a role in this arrangement. Both these sides have registered a win apiece while losing their other tie.
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The big club move finally materialised in the summer of 2014 as he waited his contract to expire before signing for Fiorentina, and he quickly established himself as the number one goalkeeper at Artemio Franchi.
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Their last 20 fixtures at home delivered just two wins, with one being the recent one against Faroe, while the one before that coming in 2015. Even at home, the story has been not that different.
The route to the final is difficult on either side so it is unlikely either team will take unnecessary risks to finish top of the group, and the draw has to be favoured here. With both teams knowing a point will ensure they both qualify for the semi-finals, it will be interesting to see how they approach this game. Romanias matches have been full of goals so far and they have scored eight of the 11 goals in their two games but this will surely not follow suit.
They took control of the game right away and raced to a three-goal lead by the half-hour mark. Islands tried to take back some control with aid of a penalty goal, but the 64th-minutegoal by the hosts put the tie to a rest. Against this same team, Faroe, Romania recorded a huge win.
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The obvious home advantage will come to Norways aid in this tie. Also, they have not lost against this opponent in the last three decades. Moreover, Norway prevailed in a nail-biting encounter against Sweden, where they scored three goals each, in their last game, while against Spain, things were close, and Spain had to rely on a late penalty to take the win.
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Faroe Islands have yet to qualify for a major tournament, but they have been making progress year by year. The Landslii play their home games at Torsvollur and the capacity of the venue is 6.000. Faroe Islands recorded their biggest win against Gibraltar on March 1, 2014 (4-1) and they suffered their biggest defeat in 1996 when they were beaten 8-1 by Yugoslavia in front of home fans.