The Finnish national under-21 national team knocked out Northern Ireland 3–2 (1–1) in the European Championship qualifiers on Friday. In the 68th minute, Finland’s decisive goal was hit by Naatan Skyttä, 18.
Skyttä was building an attack. He first put the ball on the edge To Mikael Soisalo. Soisalo scored from the penalty spot.
Soisalo succeeded in scoring after 62 minutes. The opening goal was scored by the little ones Timo Stavitski.
Northern Ireland hit in the 23rd and 59th minute Paul O’Neill.
Little puppies previously faced Romania and Ukraine in the European Championship qualifiers. The team lost 1–3 to Romania at home and 0–2 to Ukraine.
Finland will play next time on Tuesday, when it will face Denmark away.
Little Eagles is currently fourth in its block, tied with Ukraine. Both have ten points.
Denmark, which is at the top of the block, has 22 points, followed by Romania, which has 16 points.
The number one in the block will advance directly to the 2021 European Championships. Kakkonen will be placed in the second place rankings, the best of which will advance to the final tournament.