Erling Haaland continue his goal scoring form as Norway beat Latvia 0-2 in their World Cup qualifiers match, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Total dominance from the Norwegians who controlled the first half of the encounter which was all about them doing everything going forward.
Latvia held on in the early stages despite them getting so much pressure which saw opportunities being created but none going past them.
So much more from Norway as Erling Haaland scored the opening goal in the 20th minute from the penalty spot which saw his county taking a 0-1 lead in the encounter.
It was still the visiting country who continued to dominate things while the match entered the last few minutes of regular play which no goal was scored.
The first 45 minutes ended with Latvia 0-1 Norway as they both headed for the break with an advantage going the way of the Norwegians who were good all through.
Second Half Report
Another half of total dominance and good football coming from the side who were on the lead going forward in the second 45 minutes of the encounter.
Norway had everything going smooth for them as they continue to press more in the second 45 minutes as they look to kill off the game before they concede.
The game looked one side as Latvia were unable to make anything happen as it continues with more coming from both sides as the home team did manage to push forward.
Mohamed Elyounoussi’s left-foot strike in the 66th minute saw the shoreline turned 0-2 after an amazing buildup from play saw the attacker finishing off neatly for the second.
Nothing else to show as the match carried on until it ended with Latvia 0-2 Norway as the Norwegians claimed another three points to go top of Group G in the World Cup qualifiers.
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