How would you react if your nation conceded against minnows San Marino? Not well, if you're a presenter on Norwegian television, it transpired.
When San Marino's Mattia Stefanelli made it 1-1 in Norway on 54 minutes, scoring his side's first away goal in a World Cup qualifier since 2001 in the process, this quartet were not exactly delighted.
Reaction in Norwegian TV studio to San Marino scoring in Oslo. pic.twitter.com/nHlwchYFg3- Christian Wulff (@aHellofaBeating) October 11, 2016
Norway got their World Cup qualifying campaign up and running with a 4-1 home win over San Marino.
Per-Mathias Hogmo's side went into the match against the Group C minnows on the back of defeats to Germany and Azerbaijan but they took an early lead through Davide Simoncini's 11th-minute own goal.
However, the comfortable evening that was expected to follow did not materialise and San Marino equalised nine minutes after half-time through Mattia Stefanelli -- their first away goal in a World Cup qualifier...
Michael O'Neill admits Kyle Lafferty's situation at Norwich has given him a conundrum, but praised Northern Ireland's talisman for his late brace against San Marino.
The man who scored seven times in the previous qualifying campaign arrived with 18 minutes to go at Windsor Park, with his country only 1-0 up, and he scored twice and set up another for Jamie Ward as O'Neill's team ran out 4-0 winners in their World Cup qualifier.
Lafferty is unwanted by the Canaries and failed to push through a deadline-day...