As the Homeless World Cup continues, Scotland made it three wins from four with a comfortable 4-0 win over Norway on Tuesday afternoon.
Scotland got off to the best start, opening the scoring within the first few minutes. Captain Craig McManus then added a second soon after as Scotland held a two-goal lead at the break.
Straight after the restart, Scotland goalkeeper Paul Chalmers was called into action, saving well from Norway’s number 11. Then Norway had a shot bounce off the post before Scotland started to take full control of proceedings out on Pitch 1.
James Maitch added a third before Benny Aghaei scored his fifth goal in four games as Scotland took all three points and registered their first clean sheet of the tournament.
Speaking after the match, goalscorer James Maitch said: “It was a great game, we worked well as a team. We played our own game, we passed the ball about and put our chances away.
“We got a bit upset after losing the last game yesterday, but it was important we got our heads up quickly and winning today has definitely helped that!”