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O. Kamara (36)
T. Reginiussen (48)
O. Kamara (57)
O. Kamara (90+1)
J. Irvine (19)
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FULL TIME - A rather forgetful night for the Socceroos, who went into half time, full of hope at 1-1. They had a horror second half, conceding three goals in the second half (Reginiussen 48 and Kamara 57, 91). Not an ideal preparation for the Russia bound Socceroos, but it may be a lesson they needed to learn.
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GOAL NORWAY - Odegaard feeds it through to Kamara who wears his opponent inside out, as he fires in a low shot on goal and it is through to the bottom corner of the net. That's a hat trick for Kamara. Norway lead the Socceroos 4-1.
We have three minutes of additional time remaining of stoppage time.
It has been a very disjointed performance from the Socceroos tonight, showing they have plenty of work to do before the World Cup.
SUBSTITUTION NORWAY - Norway make only their second change, with Elyounoussi making way for Fossum.
SUBSTITUTION SOCCEROOS - Sixth and final change for the Socceroos, as Leckie has had a rather forgetful 50th cap and he is replaced by Rukavytsya.
All credit to Norway tonight, who have come out to prove a point to themselves after missing qualification of the World Cup.
The Socceroos will have a lot of work to do before their next friendly on Wednesday, which is against Colombia.
It does not appear that we will see a famous come from behind victory from the Socceroos tonight.
SUBSTITUTION NORWAY - Norway make their first change with Midtsjo makes way for Odegaard.
YELLOW CARD NORWAY - Johansen goes into the referee's book after a clumsy tackle attempt.
The Socceroos have one more change available to them.
SUBSTITUTION SOCCEROOS - Fifth change for the Socceroos as Dimitri Petratos is off and Robbie Kruse is on to replace him.
The Socceroos just need something to lift them. Something to just go right for them.
Incredibly, Norway have yet to make a change, whilst the Socceroos have made four of them.
The Socceroos are finding it difficult to push the ball into attack.
SUBSTITUTION SOCCEROOS - Andrew Nabbout's international debut is over as Tomi Jurić comes on to replace him.
There is still time left for the Socceroos to turn this around, but they have a lot of work to do.
This may well be the first time for nearly 20 years that a brand new Socceroos coach could start his stint off with a loss.
SUBSTITUTION SOCCEROOS - Goal scorer, Jackson Irvine's time is up as he is replaced on the ground by Tom Rogić.
SUBSTITUTION SOCCEROOS - The Socceroos make their second change as Mile Jedinak is off and Massimo Luongo is on to replace him.
Bert van Marwijk's debut as the Socceroos manager is turning into a nightmare.
GOAL NORWAY - Another defensive error from the Socceroos allows Henriksen to feed it through to Kamara, who slides it past Ryan and in to the back of the net. Norway hold a 3-1 lead over the Socceroos.
Norway seem to be dictating the terms of the game to the Socceroos.
The Socceroos need to find a way back in to the game as questions will be asked in the lead up to the World Cup.
SUBSTITUTION SOCCEROOS - The Socceroos make their first change of the match as Bailey Wright makes way for debutant, Aleksandar Šušnjar.
The Socceroos will find themselves in a spot of bother now, needing to find a way to come from behind.
GOAL NORWAY - Johansen with the set piece into the box for Reginiussen who rises up and heads it past Ryan to find the back of the net. Norway take the 2-1 lead over the Socceroos.
SECOND HALF - Nabbout gets us under way as the Socceroos kick off.
HALF TIME - No additional time has been added as the whistle sounds for half time. The scores are all tied up at 1-1 at the half time break. Australia kicked off the with a 19th minute header from Irvine. However Kamara tied things up in the 36th minute after some great work from Elyounoussi.
Norway have been the better of the two teams in this first half, but there is still a long way to go.
The game has settled down a little as both teams start to eye the half time break.
Australia's main problem in attack for Norway has been Elyounoussi, whose stocks continue to rise as the game progresses.
Elyounoussi with a chance on goal from the edge of the box, but he blasts it over the crossbar for a goal kick.
GOAL NORWAY - Elyounoussi gets away from Milligan, as he cuts it back for Kamara, who taps it in and past Ryan to find the back of the net. Scores are level at 1-1.
Mooy brings in the corner once again, but this time Jarstein steps out to make the save.
It has been an interesting few minutes for both teams, with shots at goal being had, with no return.
Wright is able to get back in defence to concede the corner for the Socceroos, defusing a shot from Johnsen,
Kamara goes for the top corner of the goal, from outside of the box, but he gave that more air time than Lebron James.
Mooy has a crack at goal, but it is straight into the bread basket of Jarstein.
The Socceroos have warmed into the game, despite the extremely cold conditions tonight.
Kamara finds possession of the ball on the last line of attack, but it isn't very fluent, as he needed to find his balance, but before he could fire the ball in at goal, the offside flag was raised.
Norway are chipping the ball around inside their defensive half, looking for a way forward.
The pressure has been turned up on Norway, who have done the bulk of the attacking for little reward on the scoreboard.
GOAL SOCCEROOS - Mooy brings in the corner as Irvine rises up at the back post and heads it past Jarstein, finding the back of the net. The Socceroos lead Norway 1-0.
The Socceroos are starting to turn the tide here, as they earn their first corner kick.
Australia are yet to have a shot on goal, with most of the attacking opportunities going the way of Norway.
Norway find a way through as Johnsen fires off a bullet inside the box, but his shot on goal is straight at Ryan, who is able to swat it away.
The Socceroos are not looking completely comfortable with the direct approach of Norway at the moment.
Leckie centres it inside the box for Petratos, but he was unable to stick a boot to it, to tap it in past Jarstein.
Kamara with a long range shot on goal, which was on target, but it fails to trouble Ryan.
Jedinak is leading the national team for the 32nd time tonight. He has been a mainstay for the Socceroos, for a long time.
Ryan takes his time with the ball, before releasing it back out to play. The Socceroos are taking things casually, in the early part of this contest.
Norway have had the bulk of the possession in the early part of this match.
It has been a slow start from both teams, as they look to get a feel for the game.
FIRST HALF - Norway kick off and we are under way.
TEAMS - AUSTRALIA (3-2-4-1) STARTING XI - Ryan (GK); Degenek, Wright, Milligan; Jedinak, Mooy; Petratos, Irvine, Nabbout, Behich; Leckie. SUBS - Jones (GK), Vukovic (GK), Meredith, Cahill, Juric, Kruse, Rukavytsya, Risdon, Luongo, Rogic, Brillante, Susnjar.
TEAMS - NORWAY (4-3-3) STARTING XI - Jarstein (GK); Elabdellaoui, Reginiussen, Ajer, Meling; Henriksen, Midtsjo, Johansen; Elyounoussi, Kamara, Johnsen. SUBS - Nyland (GK), Grytebust (GK), Rosted, Nordtveit, Odegaard, Elyounoussi, Fossum, Svensson, Liness, Selnaes, Moller Daehli, Gulbrandsen.
The Socceroos are ranked 37th in the world and it will be the first time they are managed by Bert van Marwijk, who has been appointed to take Australia through their World Cup matches.
Norway is the 57th ranked side in the world and has failed to qualify for the World Cup. It will be a new look Norway side today.
Welcome to Ullevaal Stadion for the friendly match between Norway and Australia.