Although Iceland’s game plan is usually not to keep possession.
Their offensive game is sharp as a knife when they go forward.
Iceland has scored in every match it has played during finals of both UEFA EURO 2016 and now in its only game at the World Cup.
Iceland scored eight goals in five games in France. It failed to score twice in ten qualifying games for the World Cup, against Croatia and Finland away, its only two losses, and once in the EURO qualifiers in 2015.
With Nigeria knocking at Iceland’s door in a crunch Group D FIFA World Cup match on Friday at the Volgograd Stadium, Alfred Finbogason says Iceland can score goals.
“No matter what, we always believe we can score goals,” Alfred Finbogason, Iceland’s first-ever goalscorer at the World Cup said recently.