New Manchester City striker Erling Haaland scored twice in Norway’s 3-2 win over Sweden in the UEFA Nations League.
This Sunday Norway defeated 3-2 to Sweden at the Ullevaal Stadium in Oslo for the fourth date of Group 4 of League B of the UEFA Nations League.
The great figure of the party was again Erling Halandwho scored a brace, just as he did a week ago in the first leg against the Swedes, played in Solna.
The new player of Manchester City He added 20 goals in 21 games played with the Nordic team and is 13 goals away from equaling Jorgen Juve, who has held the record in that team since 1937.
The first of the goals was scored after 10 minutes with a perfect header after a cross from the left by Fredik Bjorkan, Hertha Berlin defender.
Haaland’s second came at 54 minutes and he got it through a penalty kick. He hit him with a left footed cross, while goalkeeper Olsen dove to his right.
Then the foreign team would hint at a reaction in the 62nd minute, with a goal from the talented Emil Forsberg, midfielder for Bundesliga Leipzig.
But the Norwegians increased, again with Haaland as one of the protagonists, because in the 77th minute he assisted Alexander Sorloth, striker for Real Sociedad. In the end, Viktor Gyokeres would seal the final 3-2 with a second discount for the Swedes at 90’+5.
With this victory, Norway added 10 units in its zone and is a leader with three wins and one draw, while Sweden is third with 3 points. Second is Serbia with 6 and last is Slovenia with only one positive.