The hedge drove over towards Linköping
Updated 20:37 | Published at 19:52
Rosa Kafaji was forced to step off in Häcken’s 3–0 victory against Linköping.
Now comes reassuring news.
“It was just a cramp”sports director Christian Lundström announces.
Three shots on target in the first half, but no result. In the second half, it was packed for Häcken.
Marika Bergman Lundin made it 1-0 after clever goalkeeping by Cajsa Andersson, Julia Blakstad made it 2-0 with what was her first goal in the women’s league – and Clarissa Larisey then made the final score 3-0.
But then the joy turned to worry.
Rosa Kafaji stepped down
Because with just over a quarter of an hour left to play, Rosa Kafaji sat down on the grass and the 19-year-old was then led off the field with the help of Häcken’s medical team.
But afterwards comes reassuring news.
“It was just a cramp in the front thigh”sports manager Christian Lundström announces in a text message.
The victory means that Häcken goes up in the league, but the runner-up Piteå has one game less played.
Kristianstad is also at the top, this after a clear 4-1 victory against Djurgården.
Two goals in the space of two minutes at the end of the first half paved the way for the victory, which makes KDFF move up to third in the table.
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