MATHEW WAGNER - Monday, October 15, 2012
Kenneth di Vita Jensen and Ullensaker/Kisa topped Sebastian Troupe and Bӕrum, effectively sealing Bӕrum's relegation.

Ullensaker/Kisa IL 5 - 2 Bӕrum SK

Kenneth di Vita Jensen sparked a four-goal run early in the second half that gave Ullensaker/Kisa the win over Sebastian Troupe and Bӕrum.

Bӕrum struck first in the second minute, with Rozhat Shaswari met a cross from the right side of the field and scored from seven yards away, but Ullensaker/Kisa equalized four minutes later, when Steevan Humberto Fortes Dos Santos headed home a Lars Jørgen Mork corner.

The half ended tied, but Ullensaker/Kisa blew up coming out of halftime. Tom Kristoffersen set up di Vita Jensen, who only needed to direct the ball into the net from the edge of the six-yard box.

In the 56th minute, Ullensaker/Kisa doubled its lead thanks to a spectacular goal by Simen Kind Mikalsen. The left midfielder used a bicycle kick from 12 yards away and put the ball past Bӕrum keeper Fredrik Sverstad Eriksen.

After that goal, Ullensaker/Kisa really started to pour it on Bӕrum, with Kristoffersen scoring in the 58th minute and Dos Santos scoring in the 79th minute.

Bӕrum picked up a consolation goal in the 86th minute, when Lars Sandbu converted a penalty, but outside of that, the game ended without much excitement.

With the win, Ullensaker/Kisa jumps into seventh place, three points out of the promotion playoff in the Adeccoligaen. The team returns to action next Sunday against Tromsdalen.

Bӕrum, meanwhile is not mathematically eliminated from safety, although 13th place Strømmen has played a game less and is 12 points up. The team returns to action next Sunday against Kongsvinger.


Both Villyan Bijev and Brendan King made the benches but did not play for Start and Alta, respectively, in Start's 2-0 win Sunday.

Originally scheduled for Sunday, Kyle Helton, Rhett Bernstein and Mjøndalen's game against Strømmen was postponed until October 31.

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