Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen scored for Norway last night.
Ross County's Ian McShane (L) in action with Celtic's Stefan Johansen
Celtic attacker Stefan Johansen scored an international goal for Norway last night to help them to a win over fellow Scandinavian nation Iceland.
Johansen netted after only 40 second, firing home a half volley after Iceland had failed to clear a cross.
Norway went onto win 3-2 against the Euro 2016 qualifiers, going 3-1 up before Swansea's Gylfi Sigurdsson pulled back a late consolation from the penalty spot.
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Johansen, 25, scored four goals in all competitions for Celtic last season, although only one of these came in the league. He also provided nine assists.
His goal for Norway last night against Iceland was his third in 28 games for his country.
Celtic's Stefan Johansen in action with Rangers' Dominic Ball
Johansen may have won two titles at Celtic since signing, but his future at the club has recently been called into question.
The Mail reported in late April that he could be set for an exit this summer, potentially following former boss and compatriot Ronny Deila out of the club.