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Norway boss still has Scotland nightmares as Erling Haaland's replacement vows to spoil Tartan Army party at Hampden

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Norway boss Stale Solbakken STILL has nightmares about that dramatic Scotland comeback in Oslo. The Scandinavians were playing catch up after defeat to Spain and a draw against Georgia, while Scotland had made a winning start to Group A.

Erling Haaland 's penalty had them 1-0 up and an until then insipid Scotland performance looked like yielding no pints and letting Norway back into the qualification mix.

But Steve Clarke 's side produced a stunning comeback with Lyndon Dykes levelling on 87 minutes before sub Kenny Mclean struck the winner less than two minutes later, leaving Norway's Ullevi Stadium stunned and Solbakken's side needing snookers to make it out of the group.

They ultimately couldn't and the head coach says he's still haunted by how that game ended. "It is probably the sorest defeat you will ever feel," he said. "I still wake up at night thinking about those five minutes.

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