Arnor Sigurdsson played the full 90 minutes as Iceland were beaten 2-0 by Portugal in their final Euro 2024 qualifier.

Sigurdsson had been forced off against Slovakia on Thursday night after taking a blow to the back of the head in an aerial challenge, although it looked like an impact injury rather than anything more serious at the time.

He came through this game unscathed, although he couldn’t prevent his country from ending their qualifying campaign with a defeat.

Bruno Fernandes opened the scoring with a clinical finish after combining with Bernardo Silva seven minutes before the break.

Ricardo Horta doubled the lead midway through the second half after Cristiano Ronaldo’s initial effort was saved by Hakon Valdimarsson.

The result sees Iceland finish fourth in Group J, having taken 10 points from their 10 matches including three victories.

Meanwhile, Portugal top the group with a 100 per cent record, scoring 36 goals and conceding just twice in the process.

Sigurdsson will now return to Rovers as Jon Dahl Tomasson’s men prepare for their upcoming Championship clash with Stoke City.

The attacker had a frustrating start to life in the North West, picking up an injury during pre-season after joining from CSKA Moscow.

He eventually made his debut during the 4-3 defeat at Ipswich last month, getting on the scoresheet after just nine minutes.

Sigurdsson was also on target against Cardiff in the Carabao Cup before bagging a brace in the 4-0 victory at Queens Park Rangers in the league.

Tomasson’s men are currently 12th in the table, having won four of their last six matches in the league.

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