Scotland sail to Euro 2024 after a 6-goal thriller vs Norway 

Scotland’s triumphant Euro 2024 qualifying season ended with a thrilling draw as Mohamed Elyounoussi’s late leveler earned Norway a point at Hampden.

Euro 2024 Qualification

Scotland’s football team, led by Steve Clarke, confirmed their spot in Germany for Euro 2024, although they settled for second place in Group A. The expected triumph of Spain over Georgia secured their leadership in the group standings.

A Spirited Comeback

In a game marked by ups and downs, Scotland displayed resilience by twice leveling the score in the first half. Goals conceded sloppily to Aron Donnum and Jorgen Larsen were negated by John McGinn’s penalty and Leo Ostigard’s own goal.

Late Drama and Draw

Stuart Armstrong’s goal appeared to seal another victory for Scotland in front of their fervent supporters, the Tartan Army. However, former Celtic winger Elyounoussi capitalized on a beautifully delivered ball to equalize late in the game.

Future Prospects and Euro 2024 Draw

Despite the second-place finish, Scotland’s focus now shifts to the Euro 2024 draw next month. They will be part of the third pot of seeds, eagerly anticipating their group assignment in the upcoming championship. This qualification marks an important milestone for the team, setting the stage for their participation in the highly anticipated tournament.

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