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The day marked in red arrived: Granada makes its debut in European competition. For the first time in history, the Nasrid team will play an official match in Europe. An award for the excellent work of the past year that he now wants to endorse by reaching, at least, the group stage. To do this, he will have to overcome two rounds and the first obstacle will not be easy. The unknown Teuta from Albania arrives more rolled and after lifting the Super Cup of his country just a few weeks ago against the league champion, Tirana.

Those of Diego Martínez have it clear: Europe is a prize. And they want to play without pressure, knowing that if they pass it will be a success, if they do not it will be an anecdote in a game that is already historical. The technician arrives with all his weapons and with much to gain. Without casualties and against a rival who also plays at home, there are 90 minutes in which he wants to enjoy. However, the Vigo coach will make some changes with respect to the team that beat Athletic cwith the entry of Gonalons in the medullary and Víctor Díaz of false side to form behind five when it's time to defend and return to your usual scheme when you have to attack.

Opposite will be a Teuta that has also a historical beginning of the course. He won the Super Cup of his country and passed for the first time a round of the Europa League against Beitar Jerusalem (2-0). A classic of the highest Albanian category that has more than one hundred years of life and that has in its showcases a league championship (1993-94) and six runners-up, in addition to four Cups, of which it is current champion and where it achieved the ticket to Europe.

The stadium, the Niko Dovana, will go down in the history of a Granada that seems to have no roof and that faces its debut in Europe with calm ambition.

Only six players with European experience

Granada will debut in Europe, as will the bulk of its squad. Only six players of the 24 summoned have previous experience in European competition: Foulquier, Vallejo, Gonalons, Soldado, Kenedy and Molina. Of these, Foulquier has played only one UEFA match and it was thirteen years ago with Rennes. Meanwhile, the rest have played both the Europa League and the Champions League.

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Gabby is someone who is interested in all types of sports, she loves to attend watching matches live. Whenever there is a match being played in her city, she makes sure to get the tickets in advance. Due to the love for sports, she joined Sportsfinding, and started writing general sports news. Apart from writing the news, she is also the editor for the website who checks and edits every news content before they go live.

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