A combination of two file pictures shows Switzerland's midfielder Granit Xhaka in Salvador on June 19, 2014 and Albania's Taulant Xhaka (R) in Elbasan on March 29, 2015. AFP / Anne-Christine POUJOULAT AND GENT SHKULLAKU
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European Championship history is set to be made Saturday when Granit Xhaka plays for Switzerland against his brother Taulant Xhaka in Albania's colors.Four sets of brothers will play at Euro 2016 in Belgium's Romelu and Jordan Lukaku, Northern Ireland's Corry and Jonny Evans, while Russia's Vasili and Aleksei Berezutski are the only twins.But the Xhaka siblings are set to become the first brothers to play against each other in a European Championship finals.Granit's rise to the Premier League stardom has been fast: two years with Basel, then four at Borussia Moenchengladbach before he signed for the Gunners in a deal reportedly worth 45 million euros ($50m).The brothers soon developed differing playing styles.
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