Teenage sensation Erling Braut Haaland scored a stunning hat-trick for his Norway as they dispatched Romania 4-0.
The young Norwegian side were playing on the back of their extra-time play-off loss to Serbia on Thursday.
They and Haaland in particular responded in spectacular fashion with the Dortmund striker grabbing three goals.
Haaland surprisingly missed two clear on goal chances in the Nations League routing.
This takes his tally to 51 goals in his last 48 games for both club and country.
Real Madrid wonderkid, Martin Odegaard played just behind the centre forward pairing of Haaland and Sorloth and the setup paid off.
Erling got the first of the game in the 13th minute from an incisive through ball that cut the Romanian defense open.
He missed a chance to double his tally after being through on goal and must have felt it was not to be his day.
Alexander Sorloth then tapped in just before half time to give Norway a second.
Odegaard then turned provider once again for Haaland as he laid on for him in the 6 yard box.
He completed the hat trick in the 74th minute, scoring what was harder than the chance he missed some minutes earlier.
He and Odegaard have formed a formidable partnership in the heart of Norway’s attack.
But Head Coach Lars Lagerback has been quick to water down expectations indicating that they are still very young.