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Mushagalusa Bakenga Joar Namugunga (born 8 August 1992 in Trondheim , Norway ), commonly known as Mushaga "Mush" Bakenga , is a Norwegian professional footballer of Congolese descent, who currently plays as a striker for Rosenborg .

On 18 March 2015, Bakenga cut short his Eintracht Braunschweig loan deal, signing a one-year loan deal with Norwegian champions Molde FK . [15] On March 30, seven minutes into his first match for Molde FK, he was carried off the pitch with a torn achilles tendon , sidelining him for at least six months. [16]

Bakenga has represented Norway from under-15 level up to under-21 level. [18] He scored a hat-trick for the under-19 team in the match against Moldova U19 in April 2011. [19] Later the same year he made his debut for the under-21 team later the same year. He was not included in the Norwegian squad for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship , but scored four goals for the "new" under-21 team in the match against Poland U21 on 10 June 2013. [20]

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The five friends from Finland are looking forward to a long weekend of cave diving in the amazing underground Northern Norwegian natural phenomenon.

The large amount of limestone in the mountains has created the spectacular caves in Nordland. Some are dry, while others are filled with water.

3,5 kilometers of the river are hidden inside the mountains. Only half are explored. That is why cave divers from all over Europe come to a small secluded valley in the north of Norway to experience the underwater adventure of the Plura cave.

Mushagalusa Bakenga Joar Namugunga (born 8 August 1992 in Trondheim , Norway ), commonly known as Mushaga "Mush" Bakenga , is a Norwegian professional footballer of Congolese descent, who currently plays as a striker for Rosenborg .

On 18 March 2015, Bakenga cut short his Eintracht Braunschweig loan deal, signing a one-year loan deal with Norwegian champions Molde FK . [15] On March 30, seven minutes into his first match for Molde FK, he was carried off the pitch with a torn achilles tendon , sidelining him for at least six months. [16]

Bakenga has represented Norway from under-15 level up to under-21 level. [18] He scored a hat-trick for the under-19 team in the match against Moldova U19 in April 2011. [19] Later the same year he made his debut for the under-21 team later the same year. He was not included in the Norwegian squad for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship , but scored four goals for the "new" under-21 team in the match against Poland U21 on 10 June 2013. [20]