Jakarta (threeriversburghblog) – Erling Haaland’s Trigol continued Norway’s 4-0 win over Romania in the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League, Division B Group 1 (B1). The game was played on Sunday at the Ullevaal Stadium in Oslo.
Haaland opened the goal in the 13th minute before Alexander Soerloth doubled his team’s lead in the 39th minute. In the second half, Haaland ended his hat-trick with goals in the 64th and 74th minutes, according to official UEFA website records.
The result put Norway at the top of the B1 standings with six points, while Romania was second with four points.
Two other B1 based teams, Northern Ireland and Austria, will be attending the WIB on Monday morning.
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Haaland scored the deadlock after receiving a pass from Martin Odegaard. The Borussia Dortmund striker beat goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu 1-0 for Norway.
After some Norwegian chances were not converted into goals, the hosts were finally able to double their lead before half-time. Birger Meling ran quickly to the left and then kicked the ball, which Soerloth hit immediately.
Odergaard took notes help both when he provided the template for Haaland’s second goal. Haaland again maximized the operand to give Norway a 3-0 lead.
Haaland still has time to complete his trigol. Starting from Sorloth’s pass, the ball was then controlled by Haaland, who then defeated Tatarusanu and scored his sixth goal in his six internationals.
The composition of the players according to the official UEFA website:
Norway (4-4-2): Rune Jarstein, Omar Elabdellaoui (Jonas Stevensson 79 ‘), Stefan Strandberg, Kristoffer Vassbakk Ajer, Birger Meling, Martin Odegaard (Martin Linnes 70’), Sander Berge, Mathias Normann (Fredrik Midtsjoe 70 ‘) , Mohamed Elyonoussi (JensPetter Hauge 85 ‘), Alexander Soerloth, Erling Haaland (Joshua King 78’)
Trainer: Lars Lagerbaeck
Romania (4-3-3) Ciprian Tatarusanu, Cristian Manea, Andrei Burca, Alin Tosca, Nicusor Bancu, Razvan Marin, Alexandru Cretu (Alexandru Maxim 75 ‘), Alexandru Cicaldau (Nicolae Stanciu 75’), Gabriel Iancu (Denis Alibec 90 ‘ )), George Puscas (Claudiu Keseru 64 ‘), Ianis Hagi (Alexandru Mitrita 63’)
Coach: Mirel Radoi
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