Christian Eriksen made it two goals in two games for Denmark as they claimed a 3-0 friendly win over Serbia last night in Copenhagen.
It was a comfortable victory with Christian netting the third in the game with an effort from 22 yards on 57 minutes as he added to earlier strikes from Joakim Maehle and Jesper Lindstrom. Christian played 80 minutes while there was also 90 minutes for Christian Norgaard other Matthew Jensen played the final 23 minutes from the substitutes bench.
The result means the Danes finish their international period with one win and one defeat having been beaten by Holland in their previous encounter. The side have already sealed themselves a place at this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Other action last night saw Norway claim a phenomenal scoreline as they beat Armenia 9-0 at home. Kristoffer Ajer played the full 90 minutes in the match against the Armenians who were reduced to 10 men when Arman Hovhannisyan was sent off on 17 minutes. The Norwegians opened the scoring shortly after the away side went down to 10 as Erling Haaland scored the opener. He went on to grab another on the night where Josh King grabbed two goals, Kristian Thorstvedt scored, as did Mats Møller Dæhli and Alexander Sørloth who scored two.
David Raya’s Spain also claimed a convincing victory as they beat Iceland 5-0 at the Ciudad Deportiva de Riazor. David was an unused substitute on the night where Alvaro Morata scored two goals just three minutes apart in the first half whilst Yeremy Pino also scored, as did Pablo Sarabia who also netted twice.
In Finland there was 85 minutes of action for Marcus Forss but his side went down to a 2-0 home defeat to Slovakia with goals in each half as Ondrej Duda opened the scoring before Erik Jirka added the second on 72 minutes to condemn Finland to a friendly defeat.