Dæhli with his first goal for Nürnberg – won the match in overtime – VG

VICTORY JOY: Georg Margreitter (left) and Mats Møller Dæhli celebrate the victory goal in overtime. Photo: Uli Deck / dpa

(Karlsruhe – Nürnberg 0–1) Mats Møller Dæhli continued the Norwegian goal celebration this weekend and decided the match in overtime.

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Updated yesterday 22:44

In his fourth match for his new club also came the first goal for Dæhli, who is on loan from Genk.

Nürnberg lost at home to Dæhli’s old club St. Pauli. On Sunday, they got up and took a strong victory away against Karlsruhe, who are fighting for promotion from the 2. Bundesliga

There were also three very important points for Nuremberg, who thus took a long step away from the relegation battle.

Dæhli is not the only Norwegian who has scored goals around Europe this weekend:

  • Erling Braut Haaland was as usual in cannon form and scored two goals, including an art goal, in the victory against Schalke 04:

That was not the only thing that happened this weekend:

  • Birger Meling scored the first goal of the match when Olympique Nimes won 2-0 at home against Bordeaux on Sunday. Three very important points for relegation-threatened Nimes.
  • Stefan Johansen his first goal for QPR in the 2-1 victory against Bournemouth, while Håkon Evjen did the same in AZ Alkmaar’s away win against Venlo.
  • Dennis Johnsen scored two goals as promotion-chasing Venice turned 0-2 to 3-2 at home against Virtus Entella.

PS! Jens Petter Hauge put the whole match on the bench when Il Rossoneri lost 0-3 in the Milan derby against Inter. Alexander Sørloth was substituted seven minutes before the end when Leipzig won 3-0 against Rune Almenning Jarstein and Hertha Berlin.

SCORED: Birger Meling sent Nimes in the lead. Photo: SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP

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