Samuel Adegbenro's goal rescues point for Viking

The Nigerian forward was on target as his Norwegian side secured a draw away at the Brann Stadium on Saturday

Samuel Adegbenro scored for Viking as his side escaped defeat in a 1-1 draw against Brann in a Norway's Eliteserien league match on Saturday.

The 21-year-old scored at the death to cancel Fredrik Haugen's early lead in ensuring Ian Burchnall's men extended their unbeaten run to three matches.

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It is the Nigerian forward's second goal in three games this season.

The victory moves Viking to 13th position in the Eliteserien table with four points - nine behind leaders, Rosenborg.

They will face 10th-placed Sandefjord in their next game at the Viking Stadium on May 7.

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