Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard has expressed his disappointment with Scotland’s subpar performance in their recent match against the Czech Republic, following Norway’s own collapse in their match against Turkey.

Speaking to reporters after Norway’s 3-0 defeat to Turkey, Odegaard said, “It’s disappointing to see Scotland not perform at their best. We were hoping for a win from Scotland to boost our chances of qualifying for the World Cup, but unfortunately, they didn’t deliver.”

Martin Odegaard Disappointed with Scotland's Performance Following Norway's Defeat to Turkey
Martin Odegaard Disappointed with Scotland’s Performance Following Norway’s Defeat to Turkey

Norway were considered one of the favorites to qualify for the World Cup, but their loss to Turkey has put their hopes in jeopardy. The defeat leaves them in third place in their qualifying group, behind the Netherlands and Turkey.

Meanwhile, Scotland were also hoping to boost their chances of qualifying for the World Cup with a win over the Czech Republic, but they were soundly beaten 2-0. The defeat leaves Scotland in fourth place in their qualifying group, behind Denmark, the Czech Republic, and Israel.

Odegaard, who is currently on loan at Arsenal from Real Madrid, has been a key player for Norway in their World Cup qualifying campaign. The 22-year-old midfielder has been in impressive form for both club and country, and his performances have attracted the attention of several top European clubs.

Martin Odegaard Disappointed with Scotland's Performance Following Norway's Defeat to Turkey
Martin Odegaard Disappointed with Scotland’s Performance Following Norway’s Defeat to Turkey

Despite the disappointment of Norway’s defeat to Turkey, Odegaard remains optimistic about his country’s chances of qualifying for the World Cup. He said, “We still have a chance to qualify, and we’ll do everything we can to make it happen. We have to focus on our own performances and try to win every game.”

In conclusion, Martin Odegaard has expressed his disappointment with Scotland’s subpar performance in their recent match against the Czech Republic, following Norway’s own collapse in their match against Turkey. Despite the setback, Odegaard remains optimistic about Norway’s chances of qualifying for the World Cup, and he is determined to help his country reach the tournament.

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