Alexander Sorloth and Erling Haaland's EURO 2020 Dream is Over when Norway is Eliminated

Alexander Sorloth and Erling Haaland's EURO 2020 Dream is Over when Norway is Eliminated


In the EURO 2020 Qualifiers Play-Off Road C Semi-Final, Serbia defeated Norway 2-1 with a goal in the 103rd minute of extra time and got her name written in the finals. Haaland and Norway from Sorloth, the most compatible striker duo of European football based on of national teams, said goodbye to the giant tournament in the play-offs.

EURO 2020 Qualifiers Play-Off Road C Semifinal match, Norway and Serbia shared their trump card.

The tough match played at Ullevaal, which resulted in a 1-1 draw in regular time, resulted in a 2-1 lead by Serbia.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic scored the goals that brought the victory to the Serbs. Mathias Normann signed the only issue for Norway.

NO SORLOTH AND HAALAND AT EURO 2020

Haaland, who admired millions with his performance in Borussia Dortmund, could not air the networks against difficult Serbia. Sorloth, who was transferred from Trabzonspor to Leipzig, could not contribute to the score although he stayed on the field for 120 minutes.


Alexander Sorloth and Erling Haaland's EURO 2020 Dream is Over when Norway is Eliminated


CIMBOM'S STARS ON THE STAGE

At the beginning of the season, Omar Elabdellaoui was on the field for 116 minutes. Another Galatasarayl─▒ Linnes descended in the 105th minute.

8 TEAMS RISE TO THE FINAL

Defeating their opponents in the semi-final matches played in a single match elimination method, Georgia, North Macedonia, Hungary, Iceland, Serbia, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Slovakia got their names written in the finals.

The teams that won the Georgia-North Macedonia, Hungary-Iceland, Serbia-Scotland and Northern Ireland-Slovakia matches to be played on 12 November will receive EURO 2020 tickets.

The results of the play-off semi-finals are as follows:

Georgia-Belarus: 1-0

North Macedonia-Kosovo: 2-1

Norway-Serbia: 1-2 (in extra time)

Scotland-Israel: 5-3 (on penalties)

Slovakia-Republic of Ireland: 4-2 (on penalties)

Bosnia and Herzegovina-Northern Ireland: 3-4 (on penalties)

Bulgaria-Hungary: 1-3

Iceland-Romania: 2-1.

 

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