Desidono I Gol de Blakstad, Mann, and Hansen E. Reiten

Desidono I Gol de Blakstad, Mann, and Hansen E. Reiten

Norway-Northern Ireland 4-1

10′ Blakstad (N), 13′ Mann (N), 31′ Hansen (N), 49′ Nelson (I), 54′ Reitan (N)

Norway (4-2-3-1): Peterson; Sonstevold (65′ T. Hansen), Nevdal-Mjelde (81′ Bergsvand), Thorisdottir, Blakstad; Manum (65 ‘bo-risa), Engan; Aikland (65’ Savic), Graham Hansen, Rayton; Hegerberg. Everything. Sjorgen

Northern Ireland (5-3-2): burns Magee, Nelson, Ronson, Burrows (65′ Holloway), Vance; Caldwell (46′ Callaghan), McCarron, Magill; Wade (79′ Wilson), Furness (74′ McGuinness). Everything. Shiels

Ammonites: Robson

Norway’s solid response to England’s win 1-0 win against Austria in European Championship debut. The other favorites in Group A had little difficulty in liquidating Northern Ireland. Sjoergen’s national team beat their opponents clearly 4-1 and gave themselves away First place in the group for now. Everything is simple for Norway, which deploys its usual formation and starts with great aggression and intensity. Norwegian dominance was immediate in the match at St Mary’s, Southampton. The girls from Sjoergen lead the competition by just 13′. Opening signs Blackstad Hegerberg A. three minutes later on an assist from Rayton Maanum A 2-0 ball killed any chance Northern Ireland had of keeping the game open. Norway are playing on velvet, Northern Ireland are struggling to respond and there are no dangers around Pietersen. The Scandinavians can accelerate every time so it happens. On the 31st Hansen In fact, he ends games scoring 3-0 from a penalty, a score he goes into the break with.

In the second half, entry Callaghan Allowing Northern Ireland to get a bit more sharp, in fact, in the 49th minute Nelson Reduce the distance. But this is pure illusion as Norway immediately take control of the game and send Shiels’ national team back into their own half. After 5 from the Irish goal Reiten reports distance to three goals Scored 4-1. VAR does not concede the goal in 69 Hegerberg. The game got out of hand with some dribbles and some substitutions by Norway, who enjoy top spot in Group A ahead of their match against England already scheduled for July 11.

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