Exile Vojvoda was the protagonist of the match with Romania last night, making the double-headed eagle with his hands in response to the Romanian fans, who made scandalous provocations with banners and chants against Kosovo.
The Kosovar defender made a post last night on social networks, through which he showed his pride that he and his teammates are Albanian.
"Thank goodness that Adem Jashari is not alive because there was such a thing here," said the Kosovo footballer, Mergim Vojvoda.
The winger considered the way Romanians think of Kosovo to be shameful, while asking FIFA to do its job and make respect rule the game. This post by Vojvoda comes after the powerful statements he gave last night after the game.
" We shed blood for this country, and these (Romanians) insulted our country. We didn't have to go back to the field. Pure racism, they treated us like blacks treat racists by comparing them to monkeys. May they be blessed that Adem Jashari is not alive ".