Date: 13th October 2018 at 6:33am
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Norwich City’s in form striker, Teemu Pukki has done it again for his country with another winning goal.

Pukki now has three in three for Finland and he scored the winner in last night’s UEFA League of Nations win over Estonia in the 91st minute.

The late winner in the 1-0 win came via Teemu’s left foot and was scored from a very tight angle at the Estonian Keeper’s near post.

What this is proving is that the free summer transfer was an extremely shrewd signing and one that I imagine plenty of other Championship side’s would pay heavily for right now.

This was Pukki’s 15th goal in 66 appearances for Finland and keeps his red hot scoring streak going. He could play again, as soon as Monday for the Finns against Greece but if I’m honest, I wouldn’t mind his international manager giving him a rest. He looked a little jaded against Stoke last weekend.

Still, a free scoring Norwich City striker. Nothing to complain about here. Keep it up, fella!

OTBC

 

One Reply to “Norwich City’s Pukki Party”

  • Can’t see them resting their talisman. Can you? But if they did we could then use him v NF otherwise, we will have to rest him for at least one

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