Odegaard speaks out after Rodri’s ugly thrust in Euro qualifiers

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Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard spoke about the Rodri case. Manchester City’s ugly tackle during last night’s Euro 2024 qualifier between Norway and Spain.

  Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard believes he deserved a penalty after beingfouled by Rodri in Spain ‘s 3-0 win over Norway on Saturday. The first Euro 2024 qualifying Group A match , with Dani Olmo scoring the first goal after 13 minutes, before substitute Joselu came off the bench late in the game to score two more goals. Fierce Bull collects three full points

Odegaard speaks out after Rodri's ugly thrust in Euro qualifiers

          Shortly before Olmo scored the opening goal. Norway felt they had been denied a clear penalty when Odegaard dribbled past Dani Carvajal into the penalty area before deciding to go off. But go stick to spanish players. Before being referred to by Rodri and falling down But this work. The fans Arsenal were not happy with the challenge. Because the Manchester City midfielder had stuck into Odegaard’s feet long after the UFABET ball had left his feet. However, French referee Benoit Bastien did not rule it out as a foul.

         Odegaard , who played the full 90 minutes and was not injured. Feeling baffled by the referee on the field And obviously still feeling frustrated after the game despite not wanting to cause trouble by criticizing the referee. “I’m pretty sure I deserved a penalty,” Odegaard told TV2 after the match. “He came with studs on my ankles, but I’m sure I’ll be punished. [If I say more] I have no problem saying anything about the referee. But it’s better not to say anything.”

 Manager Stale Solbachen was a bit more straightforward than the captain when it came to penalties. He said: “It was a clear penalty! He’s already shot. and you can’t [Fouling him afterwards] If I knock someone down after the ball has gone, it’s a penalty. I’m a little tired of this. (from the replay) is what I saw from the bench. There’s a bit of French hubris going on. That’s the way it is. But it’s unbelievable.

         Norway , without star striker Erling Haaland, missed a number of great goalscoring opportunities. Especially the close-range volley of Alexander Sorloth, who fired Odegaard with the goal open, continued: “We kept the ball and tried to play from the back. We created so many chances that we left them ′′ We couldn’t do it and suddenly they got an unexpected goal. Then it became a slightly ugly scoreline.” “We did a lot of good things but we weren’t sharp enough in front of the goal.”