Erling Haaland returns home to score for Norway but Scotland heroics leave Martin Odegaard furious

Erling Haaland showed no signs of a hangover from Manchester City’s treble celebrations, but he still couldn’t stop Scotland.

The striker returned to Oslo as a hero after an incredible 52-goal campaign, with Norway hoping he could fire them towards Euro 2024.

Haaland got back on the scoresheet
Haaland got back on the scoresheet
But was left gutted at full time
But was left gutted at full time

Despite only just returning from dancing on top of a bus soaked in champagne as he and his teammates celebrated across the streets of Manchester, he was put straight in Norway’s eleven for a qualifier against Scotland.


After a quiet first half, Haaland was brought down in the area by Scotland’s Ryan Porteous, and blasted the ball in despite Angus Gunn going the right way.

Norway’s first three points of the campaign looked like they might be on their way, but a defensive shambles saw QPR’s Lyndon Dykes equalise with three minutes to play.

Then, two minutes later, Steve Clarke’s side went full Barcelona as John McGinn made the most of a floated Scott McTominay cross.

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