Gavi scored the only goal as Spain eased past Norway 0-1 in their European qualifications match, MySportDab reports.
It was a close game between both teams who had themselves pushed with everything they had to offer going forward in the match.
Alvaro Morata goal in the first half was ruled out by VAR who had to check the second goal before it was allowed to stay 0-1 going forward.
The game was brilliant from the first half which was close another nothing could come as a celebration no matter how hard they pushed.
Norway came into the game with Erling Haaland who have been unable to make anything count in several games for Manchester City.
It was Spain who thought they took the lead in the 20th minute after a goal scored by Alvaro Morata which unfortunately was judged as offside by VAR.
It was continuous opportunities upon opportunities but no goal happened as the scoreline stayed goalless with so much more left to be played by both teams.
The first half ended with Spain and Norway holding each other to a goalless 0-0 scoreline after 45 minutes which was eventful between them.
They came with so many promises in the early stages of the second half which was filled with opportunities that took time before the goal happened.
Spain was in control of things as they pushed hoping to get their opponent to open up and score the opening goal which wasn’t an easy task to see.
Norway had themselves to blame as Gavi scored a stunner in the 49th minute making things 0-1 in favor of the visiting side who were okay.
The goal was held back at first until a VAR check was carried out but it was allowed to stay putting the away side in front of their opponent.
Spain finished the match claiming a victory 0-1 against Norway who had their opportunities but struggled in making them count all through the close game.
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