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Johanna chalks 24 in Malmo defeat as Ekhalie's Mariehamn falls
By Terry Ouko | Mon 03 Sep, 2018 15:30

Brommapojkarna, home to Harambee Stars duo Eric Johanna and David Cheche Ochieng, suffered 3-0 defeat to Malmö FF in a Swedish top-tier match played on Sunday at Grimsta IP Stadium.

Ochieng was an unused substitute while Johanna came off the bench at the 66th minute in the defeat. Soren Rieks opened the scores for the visitor Malmo FF after Arnor Ingvi put him through. The side held on the slim lead till the second half where managed to score two quick goals.

Double

Malmo second goal came at the 62nd minute with Anders Christiansen combining with Eric Larsson who doubled the lead. A minute later the side added the third goal, Marcus Antonson found the back of the net after Markus Rosenberg delivery.

The loss means that Brommapojkarna have conceded nine goals in the last two matches. Eighth-placed Häcken handed them a 6-0 beating on August 26. Brommapojkarna remains in the danger zone having picked 16 points from the last 20 matches played. They will be back in action against Djurgården on Sunday 16 September.

Finland 

In Finland, Amos Ekhalie watched from the bench as his side Mariehamn went down 6-3 to Ilves in a Finnish Top tier match played on Sunday at Wiklöf Holding Arena on Sunday.

Mariehamn led 2-0 following a penalty goal by Amin Nazari and Keaton Isaksson. A  brace from Järvinen and a goal each from Jokelainen, Rannankari,  Thiaw, and Miettunen saw Ilves lead 6-2.  Kangaskolkka scored Mariehamn's third goal.

The side is just one point above the relegation zone. They have picked 23 points from 26 matches played. Mariehamn will be back in action on Thursday for a clash against leaders HJK.

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