Martin Odegard opens up about his murder tackle.
Norway (FIFA ranking 43rd) held at La Rosaleda Stadium in Malaga, Spain on the 26th at 4:45 am (Korean time) Spain (FIFA ranking 10 above) and knelt down 0-3.
The home team, Spain, started with a 4-3-3 formation. Pablo Garvey, Alvaro Morata, Dani Olmo, Rodri, and Alejandro Balde sortied. The visiting team, Norway, faced off with a 4-1-4-1 formation. Alexander Soloros, Mohamed Elionusi, Odegaard, Sander Berge and Patrick Berg were named in the starting list and started the match.
The winner was Spain. Olmo took the lead in the 13th minute of the first half. After entering the second half, substitutes such as Mikel Oyarzabal, Dani Ceballos, Jeremy Pino, Joseru, and Fabian Luiz entered to solidify. At the end of the game, Joseru scored a multi-goal and the match ended with a complete victory for Spain.
After the game, Rodri was illuminated. This is because he committed a dangerous tackle towards Odegaard, who had a chance in the penalty box in the 16th minute of the first half. At that time, the referee did not declare any foul and proceeded with the game. Criticism was even more severe because it was Arsenal’s Odegard and Man City’s Rodri, who are competing to win the English Premier League (EPL).
Odegaard also opened his mouth. According to the British ‘Express’, Odegaard said, “I’m sure I should have received a penalty kick (PK). But if I say more than that, I will be punished. I won’t talk more about the referee’s decision.” Norway coach Stolle Solbakken also complained, saying, “Odegaard has finished shooting and can’t foul after that. If he collapses after the ball is gone, it’s a penalty.”
In the second match held at dawn on the 29th, Norway seeks victory once again by leaving for Georgia. After the match against Georgia, Odegaard plans to return to his club Arsenal to spur the championship competition. 메이저놀이터