Norway 1-2 Scotland

Euro 2024 Qualifiers
Group Stages

Sat 17th June 2023
18:00 (17:00 UK)

Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)
Att: 25,791

Group A
(17 Jun 2023)
 
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
SCOTLAND
3
3
0
0
7
1
9
Georgia
2
1
1
0
3
2
4
Spain
2
1
0
1
3
2
3
Norway
3
0
1
2
2
6
1
Cyprus
2
0
0
2
1
5
0
17 June 2023
Norway 1-2 Scotland
Cyprus 1-2 Georgia
Scotland

Dykes(87)

McLean(89)

Dykes(89)


A Gunn
R Porteous (K McLean 79)
J Hendry
K Tierney (L Cooper 65)
A Hickey
S McTominay
C McGregor (B Gilmour 78)
A Robertson(C)
J McGinn (D Hyam 90+1)
L Dykes
R Christie (S Armstrong 79)

 

Manager:
Steve Clarke

 

FIFA Ranking: 36

Norway

Haaland(pen 61)


Ø Nyland
J Ryerson
S Strandberg
L Østigård
B Meling
M Ødegaard(C)
P Berg (JStrand Larsen 84)
F Aursnes (K Thorstvedt 84)
A Sørloth (M Elyounoussi 79)
E Haaland (M Dæhli 84)
O Solbakken (S Berge 63)

 

FIFA Ranking: 44

Key: Goals    Assists Missed Penalty Red Card

 
Norway
Scotland
Shots At Goal
9
5
Shots On Target
3
3
Possession %
58.8
41.2
Fouls
9
12
Corners
2
3
Offsides
1
0
Saves
1
2
Yellow Cards
0
4
Red Cards
0
0
Source: Sky Sports
1 Angus Gunn (Norwich City) (3 Caps) Age: 27
2 Aaron Hickey (Brentford) (10 Caps) Age: 21
3 Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) Captain (63 Caps) Age: 29
4 Scott McTominay (Manchester Utd) (40 Caps) Age: 26
6 Kieran Tierney (Arsenal) (38 Caps) Age: 26
7 John McGinn (Aston Villa) (55 Caps) Age: 28
8 Callum McGregor (Celtic) (52 Caps) Age: 30
9 Lyndon Dykes (QPR) (29 Caps) Age: 27
11 Ryan Christie (Bournemouth) (38 Caps) Age: 28
13 Jack Hendry (Club Brugge) (22 Caps) Age: 28
15 Ryan Porteus (Watford) (4 Caps) Age: 24
 
5 Dominic Hyam (Blackburn Rovers) (1 Cap) Age: 27
(Replaced John McGinn 90+1 min)
14 Billy Gilmour (Brighton & Hove Albion) (17 Caps) Age: 22
(Replaced Callum McGregor 78 min)
16 Liam Cooper (Leeds Utd) (16 Caps) Age: 31
(Replaced Kieran Tierney 65 min)
17 Stuart Armstrong (Southampton) (42 Caps) Age: 31
(Replaced Ryan Christie 79 min)
23 Kenny McLean (Norwich City) (30 Caps) Age: 31
(Replaced Ryan Porteus 79 min)
 Yellow Card   Red Card   Double Booking   Goals Scored    Assist
 Penalty Save
(3-4-3)
Angus Gunn
Ryan Porteus
Jack Hendry
Kieran Tierney
Aaron Hickey
Scott McTominay
Callum McGregor
Andrew Robertson
Ryan Christie
Lyndon Dykes
John McGinn

Euro 2024 Qualifiers
Group Stages

Sat 17th June 2023
18:00 (17:00 UK)

Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)
Att: 25,791

Group A
(17 Jun 2023)
 
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
SCOTLAND
3
3
0
0
7
1
9
Georgia
2
1
1
0
3
2
4
Spain
2
1
0
1
3
2
3
Norway
3
0
1
2
2
6
1
Cyprus
2
0
0
2
1
5
0
17 June 2023
Norway 1-2 Scotland
Cyprus 1-2 Georgia

Euro 2024 Qualifiers
Group Stages

Sat 17th June 2023
18:00 (17:00 UK)

Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo (A)
Att: 25,791

Group A
(17 Jun 2023)
 
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
SCOTLAND
3
3
0
0
7
1
9
Georgia
2
1
1
0
3
2
4
Spain
2
1
0
1
3
2
3
Norway
3
0
1
2
2
6
1
Cyprus
2
0
0
2
1
5
0
17 June 2023
Norway 1-2 Scotland
Cyprus 1-2 Georgia

Going into the game away to Norway, Norway needed a win to have a realistic chance of qualification. A draw would be a good result for Scotland.

After 13 minutes, Gunn made a save from a Sørloth header. Five minutes later there was a VAR check for a possible Norway penalty, but it was waved away. Two minutes into the second half, a long range shot from McGinn failed to trouble the keeper. With 55 minutes on the clock, Scotland were lucky not to concede a penalty as Hendry pulled back Haaland in the box. On the hour mark Norway were given a penalty when Haaland threw himself to the ground and conned the ref. Up stepped Haaland and he hit it into the bottom left corner, past the outstretched hand of Gunn, to give Norway the lead. Ten minutes later, Norway almost got a second when a shot by Sørloth was deflected past the post. From the resulting corner Berge missed a great chance when he headed past the post. With six minutes remaining Haaland was substituted, and three minutes later Scotland got an equaliser out of nothing. A ball from McGinn was miscontrolled in the box by Østigård and Dykes pounced to slot home the loose ball and make it 1-1 against the run of play. Scotland were not finished there. A couple of minutes later in the 89th minute, Armstrong played the ball up the right hand wing to McTominay, who played a long ball into the box to McGinn. He passed to Dykes who layed it off to Kenny McLean who coolly side footed it in to the bottom right hand corner to give Scotland a 2-1 lead, and send the Scotland fans into a state of ecstasy. Scotland held out for the final whistle, to record another famous victory. This made it three wins out of three, and left Norway on only one point.