Iceland 3-2 Finland: Ragnar Sigurdsson's last-gasp winner seals dramatic comeback



Euro 2016 quarter-finalists Iceland struck twice in a thrilling last six-minute spell to claim a stunning 3-2 victory over Finland in World Cup Group I qualifying.
Alfred Finnbogason equalised after 90 minutes on Thursday before Ragnar Sigurdsson bundled in the winner in the sixth minute of added time as Iceland avoided their first competitive home defeat in three years.
'It didn't look like we could win it and I'm so happy we did,' said coach Heimir Hallgrimsson. 'Every second ball fell for them and it was the sort of game where you hit the post and the ball goes out.
'After 85 minutes I'd... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail
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