Orange Group in World Cup Qualifiers: Modest win keeps Turkey top | football

Feyenoord Orkun Kokçu’s player has been a key player with Turkey. Former Twente player Ines Onal missed a penalty in the opening stage. In the first half it was still 0-0 in Gibraltar. Dervisoglu, who replaced Unal, opened the scoring for the Turks in the 54th minute. Hakan Celhanoglu signed 0-2 Ten minutes later, substitute Kenan Kerman scored the third goal in the final stage.

Turkey came with 11 points with the win and finished first in Group G from Norway, who beat Latvia 2-0 earlier in the evening. Just like the Orange team, the Norwegians have one point less than the Turks. On Tuesday, the Dutch national team will face the leader in Amsterdam. Only the group winner qualifies directly for next year’s World Cup in Qatar.

Erling Braut Haaland opens the scoring for Norway with a penalty kick.

Erling Braut Haaland opens the scoring for Norway with a penalty kick.

Norway took the lead through top scorer Erling Braut Haaland. The 21-year-old Borussia Dortmund striker, who was also accurate against Orange, scored his ninth goal in 14 international matches. Mohamed El-Younoussi doubled the Norwegian lead in the middle of the second half.

Feyenoord defender Markus Pedersen played the entire match for the team of national coach Stal Solbachen, and his compatriot and teammate Fredrik Orsnes was not part of the match selection.

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