Dykes and McLean strike late to seal epic comeback for Scotland in Norway


What a finish to give Scotland a classic smash-and-grab victory and send their fans into the sun-dappled Oslo evening ready to party all night. With three minutes of normal time left Steve Clarke’s side trailed to Erling Haaland’s 59th goal of the season and were staring at their first defeat of Euro 2024 qualifying. But then came a showstopping close that cast Haaland’s penalty as immaterial.

First Lyndon Dykes poked home the equaliser after John McGinn probed. Then a sweeping Scott McTominay ball was tapped from McGinn to Dykes, who teed up Kenny McLean. The substitute fired in to send the Tartan Army into ecstasy.

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