JOHN KRETLOW - Monday, October 10, 2011
Matt Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms FF got back to winning ways with a victory over Östers while Brian Edwards and Degerfors IF tied IF Brommapojkarna in an amazing comeback.

Ängelholms FF 3-0 Östers IF

Matt Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms FF sneaked temporarily into second place in the Superettan with a win over Östers IF this weekend.

Pyzdrowski started and went the distance while Lester Dewee is still out with a hamstring injury.

Martin Andersen opened the scoring in the 6th minute after Jonas Lindh set him up for Ängelholms.

The rest of the first half was quiet, but halfway through the second half saw Ängelholms double their lead when Björn Westerblad knocked in a Andersen pass in the 71st minute.

Andersen then scored an insurance goal for Ängelholms in the 87th minute, giving them the crucial win.

Robin Nilsson and Jakob Augustsson were booked for Ängelholms while Karl-Johan Lindblad and Manz Karlsson received yellow cards for Östers.

Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms can now breath a bit easier as they have ended their two game skid, which caused them to lose grip of first place.

Ängelholms next travels to play Värmano while Östers hosts Qviding FIF.

IF Brommapojkarna 3-3 Degerfors IF

Brian Edwards and Degerfors IF lost a chance to keep pace in the standings as they tied IF Brommapojkarna in the Superettan.

Edwards started and went the distance for Degerfors.

Pontus Åsbrink opened the scoring for Brommapojkarna in the 65th minute after the first half ended up scoreless.

Saihou Jagne then doubled the score for Brommapojkarna just five minutes later, while Åsbrink got his second goal of the game in the 74th minute, putting them up three goals.

The last ten minutes of the game saw some fireworks by Degerfors.

Alexander Andersson scored off of a Amadaiya Rennie pass in the 80th minute, giving Degerfors life.

Christophe Lallet then scored in the 85th minute for Degerfors, giving hope for an amazing comeback.

Then Christopher Wiktorsson put the third goal in for Degerfors in stoppage time, to the dismay of the home fans.

Gabriel Petrovic received two yellow cards and was ejected form the game for Brommapojkarna. Pablo Pinon Arce was also booked for them.

Mark de Bruin, Peter Samuelsson, Christophe Lallet, and Niklas Klingberg received yellow cards for Degerfors.

Although Degerfors was not able to attain the three points, the amazing comeback keeps them in the fight for promotion with just two games left in the season.

Degerfors next takes on Falkenberg while Brommapojkarna travels to play Landskrona.

Qviding FIF 1-4 Ljungskile SK

Nick Noble and Ljungskile SK took down Qviding FIF in weekend Superettan action.

Noble started and went the distance for Ljungskile while Michael Thomas did not dress.

Qviding opened the scoring in the 29th minute when Simon Chekroun scored off of a Patrik Wallin pass.

Then, in the course of five minutes, Ljungskile took the lead on Gabriel Altemark and Erik Nilsson goals early in the second half.

Altemark then added a third goal in the 64th minute, while Joakim Runnemo made the score 4-1 for Ljungskile in the 72nd minute.

Hannes Sahlin and Mouhammed Omeirat were booked for Qviding while Ljungskile did not receive any cautions.

Qviding next takes on Östers while Ljungskile puts their three game win streak on the line against Brage.

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