Madness in the stands after the victory of the Faroe Islands. Screenshot
The Faroe Islands won a historic draw against Norway (26-26), Saturday January 13 during the second day of the preliminary round of Euro 2024 handball, causing the immense joy of their supporters in the stands.
The Faroe Islands n'had never scored a single point in an international competition. The tiny country of 52,000 inhabitants has now done so by securing a draw at the last second against Norway on Saturday evening, while they are participating in their first Euro.
A penalty scored at the last second
Already in numbers during the first match against Slovenia with a completely crazy statistic, the island fans were inevitably over the moon after Skipagøtu's penalty goal at the last second of the match.
As much as at 1'37'' By the end of the match, the Norwegians were ahead by three goals.
After losing by three goals against Slovenia, the Faroe Islands will face Poland on Monday for their last match of the preliminary round of this Euro 2024.