Norwich City forward Teemu Pukki scored the opening goal as Finland lost to Greece 2-1 in their final European Championships qualifier.
Pukki ended the qualifying stage on 10 goals in 10 games, helping his country qualify for their first ever major tournament.
Twitter: 🔟 goals in 🔟 @UEFAEURO 2020 qualifiers for the 🐐! https://t.co/gVaAag3Kqw (@NorwichCityFC)
These Norwich fans reacted to his goal…
What a man!
Twitter: @NorwichCityFC @UEFAEURO He’s alright I guess… WHAT. A. MAN.😍😍 (@MPerppa)
Get your bets in!
Twitter: @NorwichCityFC @UEFAEURO Euro 2020 top scorer, get your bets in now! (@Jparker7398)
Twitter: @NorwichCityFC @UEFAEURO Go and sign the rest of his team mates. Would like to see us win another game this season. (@karmabusdriver)
Twitter: @NorwichCityFC @UEFAEURO Hope at Pukki is on fire Canaries game also (@alaho65)
Twitter: @NorwichCityFC @UEFAEURO 🐐 🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐 (@jamie57069264)
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Pukki has now scored five goals for Finland since his last goal for Norwich, having gone seven games without a goal in the Premier League for Daniel Farke’s side. Hopefully his recent form for Finland will boost his confidence heading into the game against Everton this weekend, as Norwich are desperate for a win.
The striker has scored six goals in 12 Premier League matches, but they all came in the first five games of the season. The service into his has not been plentiful, but he needs to make himself more of a presence in games where Norwich are against the ball.