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JOHN KRETLOW - Monday, September 19, 2011
Matt Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms took hold of first place in the Superettan with a win over Atvidabergs while Nick Noble and Michael Thomas could not help Ljungskile SK as they went down to Östers in a thriller.

Ängelholms 2-0 Atvidabergs

Matt Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms beat Atvidabergs in a clash between the two best teams in the Superettan.

Pyzdrowski started and went the distance at goal for Ängelholms while Lester Dewee did not dress.

Jonas Lindh opened the scoring in the 20th minute for Ängelholms after he fired home a Sebastian Andersson set up.

Andersson then got a goal of his own when he scored off of a Björn Westerblad set up in the 84th minute, putting the game out of reach for Atvidabergs.

Jakob Augustsson and Robin Nilsson were booked for Ängelholms while Haris Radetinac and Prince Eboagwu Etuwe received yellow cards for Atvidabergs.

The inspired performance puts Ängelholms back in top in the Superettan.

Ängelholms next takes on Jönköping Södra IF while Atvidabergs hosts Falkenberg FF.

Östers IF 3-2 Ljungskile SK

Nick Noble and Michael Thomas could not help Ljungskile SK on Monday as they went down to Östers IF.

Noble and Thomas started and went the distance for Ljungskile SK.

Erik Nilsson put Ljungskile in the early lead in the 7th minute after he shot passed Östers' goalie Joakim Wulff.

Alexander Henningsson then put Östers back in the game in 27th minute after he received a pass from David Vidarsson and then fired home, equalizing for the home team.

In the 65th minute, Henningsson put Östers in the lead with his second goal of the game.

Gabriel Altemark then tied the game for Ljungskile in the 77th minute to the delight of the away team.

Dennis Velic though scored a dramatic late winner in the 87th minute, which turned out to be too much for Ljungskile.

Velic, Stefan Karlsson, and Alexander Henningsson all were booked for Östers while Ljungskile were not cautioned throughout.

Östers next takes on IK Brage while Ljungskile hosts Assyriska.

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