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Sergej Milinkovic-Savic made a historic cameo against Norway in Serbia’s Euros qualifiers with a filthy dink goal you need to watch. 

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is one of the most talented Serbian players in recent history, today he confirmed it with a filthy piece of skill against Norway. That’s right, Erling Haaland’s Norway had a chance to remain alive for next summer’s Euros if they defeated Serbia. Despite having the home advantage. The Nordic squad never expected what was about to hit them in a gruesome match that went to extra-time.

In fact, the Serbian squad managed to hold a goalless draw until the 80th minute of the game. In the ultimate boss move, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic scored his side’s first goal after a set-piece only a minute after coming in as a sub. But the Nordic side wasn’t willing to let this opportunity slip through their fingers.

To those who don’t know, Norway got the equalizer with a great solo effort from Normann only six minutes later. The game went into extra-time and was decided by an outrageous piece of skill. A filthy dink from Milinkovic-Savic in a clutch moment for Serbia that gave them the ticket to the final match before the Euros. 

The final four matches are ready ahead of the Euros. 

In other results, we got a dramatic outcome from a total of eight games throughout Europe. Georgia defeated Belarus 1-0 at home. Macedonia won 2-1 against Kosovo. Northern Ireland shocked Bosnia 4-3 in a penalty shootout after a 1-1 result in 120 minutes.

Iceland and Hungary qualified directly to the playoff finals after respectively defeating Bulgaria and Romania. There were only two matches with no goals in 120 minutes. Slovakia shocked the Republic of Ireland with a 4-2 victory in a dramatic penalty shootout. And finally, Scotland defeated Israel from the spot 5-3 after another goalless draw.

The final four games will take place on November 12. We will get Iceland playing Hungary, Slovakia vs Northern Ireland, Georgia vs North Macedonia, and Serbia vs Scotland. But the main attraction tonight was Milinkivic-Savic’s gorgeous finish with all that pressure on his shoulders. That man is cold-blooded.