Arnstad’s hat-trick as Norway continued to celebrate with another goal

Arnstad’s hat-trick as Norway continued to celebrate with another goal

(Norway U21 – Latvia U21 7-0) Norway followed up with another 7-0 win in the UEFA qualifiers. Kristian Malte-Arnstad (20) played big and showed why Premier League club Burnley would want to buy him this summer.

Norway opened their European Championship qualifiers with a 7-0 win over little-known San Marino. When Latvia came to visit on Tuesday, another complete domination was expected.

Norway did not give up until it led 7-0 again – in a match in which Kristian Malte Arnstad (20) excelled from his position in midfield and scored a hat-trick.

Thus, Norway stands with six points and a goal difference of 14-0 after two matches.

Ahead of the match, VG wrote about top Norwegian talent Malt Arnstad as it happened this summer He was wanted by Premier League club Burnley.

Against Latvia, Anderlecht’s midfield warrior was the biggest player in the game.

After 12 minutes, he made great use of the Norwegian’s drive. From around 22-23 metres, he fired a free kick over the wall and into the far corner.

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Although Norway dominated the match, they were ahead 1-0 in the first half. But in extra time of the first half, Arnestad increased it to 2-0.

Manchester United’s Isak Hansen-Aarøen was given space for some body tricks before slamming the ball into the box. There Arnstad came at full speed and scored his second goal.

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-I think we are playing a good match. We have a lot of the ball, so it’s about coming out again and doing the same thing,” Arnestad told TV 2 during the break.

– Of course, it is generous to help the team with two goals. He continued: “We can hope that this will be enough to win the match.”

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Two results would have been enough, but Arnstad had more up his sleeve. Seven minutes into the second half, he was fouled inside Latvia’s penalty area and earned a penalty kick.

Arnestad confidently picked up the ball and slotted Panenka’s shot into the middle of the goal, at the same time as the Latvian goalkeeper threw himself to the side. Then he celebrated the hat-trick with an acrobatic somersault.

In other words, the atmosphere was festive at Marienlyst. Norway eventually won 7-0 after Oscar Pope, Andreas Schildrup, Tobias Vjeld Gulliksen and Joel Mvuka also scored goals.

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