Norway have been told to work hard if they return to Amex – four nights after an 8-0 humiliation.
Tonight’s game against Austria (8 p.m.) will decide which of the two nations will finish in the last eight alongside group winners England.
Norway’s overtake of England means they must win, while Austria a draw would suffice.
The prize is a quarter-final against Germany.
Norway coach Martin Sjogren knows his side “can’t leave anything in the dressing room” tonight.
He said at a press conference: “We have to win the game. It’s pretty clear that we need a win to go to the quarterfinals, so we can’t leave anything in the dressing room. We just have to get out there and take care of ourselves.
“As a team effort we have to give 100 per cent to each other, stand up as a team and if we can do that I think we have a good chance of winning the game and going into the quarterfinals.”
Tickets are still available in all price categories, starting at £10 for adults (£5 concessions), via the UEFA website.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/20281450.norway-face-austria-euro-2022-amex/?ref=rss Norway meets Austria at Euro 2022 at the Amex