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Albania round-up: Dinamo stay top

Published: Saturday 4 May 2002, 15.15CET
KS Dinamo Tirana remain out in front in the Liga e Pare after a 1-0 win over KS Erzeni.

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Published: Saturday 4 May 2002, 15.15CET

Albania round-up: Dinamo stay top

KS Dinamo Tirana remain out in front in the Liga e Pare after a 1-0 win over KS Erzeni.

KS Dinamo Tirana remain out in front in Albania's Liga e Pare after a 1-0 win over KS Erzeni today.

Right behind
Second-placed SK Tirana are still just one point in arrears following their 1-0 victory over KS Teuta. Albanian international striker Indrit Fortuzi scored the winner from the penalty spot in the final minute of the first half.

Elsewhere
Elsewhere, there were 3-0 wins for both KS Luftetari and KS Lushnja, who defeated KS Shkumbini and KS Apolonia respectively. A 67th-minute penalty by Alban Hasani gave KS Bylis a 1-0 win over KS Vllaznia, while two goals from Anesti Vito helped KS Tomori to a 3-2 victory over KS Flamurtari.

Last updated: 05/05/02 19.09CET

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