Erling Haaland scored twice as Norway defeated Sweden in an intriguing Nations League Group B4 match.
In the first half, the Manchester City attacker headed in to open the scoring, and after the break, he doubled Norway’s lead from the penalty spot.
Erling Haaland now has 20 goals in 21 games and is only 14 goals away from being Norway’s all-time leading goal scorer.
The 21-year-old Ex-Borussia Dortmund striker also set up Norway’s third goal, which was scored by Alexander Sorloth to make the scoreline 3-1.
That occurred after Emil Forsberg equalized with a brilliant finish off a Dejan Kulusevski feed, and Viktor Gyokeres set up a tense finish with a goal in the 95th minute.
Spain outclassed Czech Republic
Spain defeated the Czech Republic at La Rosaleda Stadium in Malaga to take first place in Group A2 of the Nations League.
Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler scored the game’s first goal after receiving an assist from Marco Asensio, and Valencia’s lead was increased by substitute Pablo Sarabia.
After Barcelona winger Ferran Torres flashed a ball across goal, the 30-year-old tapped in from close range.
Sarabia fired another barely wide from the edge of the box as Spain dominated possession with 72 percent.
In the first half, the visitors had chances of their own, but Vaclav Cerny and Jan Kutcha both missed.
Luis Enrique’s team jumped ahead of Portugal, who were defeated by Switzerland.
Switzerland upset Portugal
Switzerland defeated Portugal in Group A2 with the fastest goal in the Nations League’s brief history, scored by Haris Seferovic.
In Geneva, the Benfica forward headed in after only 55 seconds to get the hosts off to a good start.
In the second half, Seferovic pulled another shot wide, but Switzerland needed Jonas Omlin to be on his game.
He made a fantastic stop to deny Goncalo Guedes and denied Bernardo Silva’s attempt from close range.
As Portugal attempted and failed to draw level without Cristiano Ronaldo, Joao Cancelo curled over and Diogo Jota’s header was saved by Omlin.
After Spain’s victory over the Czech Republic, they drop to second place in the standings.