Erling Haaland is booed by his own supporters after refusing to sign autographs and ignoring fans outside the stadium… as he walks straight to the team bus after Norway’s 2-1 loss to Norway ‘Scotland
- Erling Haaland snubbed fans waiting outside the Ullevall Stadion on Saturday
- He was greeted with boos as the Man City star did not greet fans to sign shirts
- It came after Norway succumbed to two late goals in a 2-1 loss to Scotland
Erling Haaland was booed by his own supporters after Norway’s dramatic 2-1 loss to Scotland saw his side succumb to two goals in the 87th and 89th minutes of the game.
It means that while the rest of Europe will take part in next summer’s Euro 2024 in Germany, the Manchester City star may be on vacation, after their hopes of qualifying for their first European Championship in 24 years have taken yet another breach.
After jubilant Champions League and Manchester City treble celebrations, Haaland was back in action tonight and ended a five-game drought, converting a penalty, to give the home side the lead in Oslo .
But there was belated heartache for Norway, who had played so well to fend off the Scots’ advances throughout the game with, Lyndon Dykes appearing late in the Norwegian penalty area to kick home a ball loose to bring the Scots back to a level playing field.
With the Scandinavians in shock, Kenny McLean then followed with a second, just two minutes later, tapping in a cross from Dykes to seal victory for Steve Clarke’s side, who are now top of the group and appear ready to qualify for the tournament after winning three games. on rebound.
The Norwegian may have been on the scoresheet but couldn’t prevent his side’s 2-1 loss to Scotland
The Manchester City star struck from the penalty spot in the 61st minute of their encounter
And despite his duck ending, the defeat was clearly frustrating for Haaland.
Instead of waving to the fans who were waiting for him outside the Ullevall Stadion after the game to sign shirts and take pictures, the Norwegian boarded the bus straight away.
As his fans chanted his name before hand, they burst into boos and jeers afterwards as it looked like he wouldn’t return to greet them, before the bus pulled away.
Manchester United’s Scott McTominay (L) leaps for joy after Scotland scored in the game
Scotland scored two late goals to turn the game around and steal the three points
It comes after a busy week for City No 9, who was pictured enjoying his team’s Champions League celebrations which included a secret trip to Ibiza, a sleepover and an almighty bus tour to open sky.
It comes as several of his teammates have also been on international duty with England.
The Three Lions beat Malta 4-0 on Friday night, with Phil Foden making a second-half appearance.