Ian Rodger scored five goals for the Dons against a Norwegian county team at Stavanger last night. The Dons won 7-2 in this the final game of their Norwegian tour.
The Norwegian team caused a surprise by getting the first goal, scored in the thirteenth minute their centre-forward. Aberdeen were not long arrears. Three minutes later lan Rodgers got »er Leads ] the equaliser ttie vUltors went ahead the thlrty-aeventh minute by their centre forwatd.
Aberdeen were not long in arrears. Three minues later Ian Rodger got the equaliser and the visitors went ahead in the thirty-seventh minute when Bogan scored with a long shot which went in off the bar.
Alan Boyd replaced David Shaw, who was injured, in the second half.
Ian Rodger got Aberdeen's third and fourth goals in the twelfth and twenty-first minutes, but a minute after the second of these the Norwegians replied through a penalty.
Boyd made the score 5-2 in Aberdeen?s favour in the thirtieth minute. Ian Rodger finished the scoring by getting two goals, both after good approach work by Delaney, in the thirty fifth and forty fourth minutes.
Source: Evening Express, 2nd June 1951