Norrköping won Elfsborg on Thursday afternoon at home on Östgöt Gate. And there were three great assault names that were targeted.
The loan from West Ham, Sead Haksabanovic, got a little luck with the ball in the penalty area after Jordan Larsson crossed the first half and knocked 1-0. That was his first goal in the Beijing shirt. Before the first half, Larsson came in, as he met with a nice left post Johannes Valla and nodded in a 2-0 corner.
"I have not played for a long time, but I think it's a good feeling and that's just a matter of driving. Now it's a preseason and is now in full form, goalkeeper Sead Haksabanovic told C More in the break.
In the second half there was another big name that found the net. Christoffer "Totte" Nyman, who returned to Norrköping after returning to Germany, got the ball in the penalty area and ended in a far corner – his first goal from returning to the club.
Norrköping won 3: 1 with a win after Jon Jönsson slammed into the corner in the last minutes – and besides visiting Elfsborg so lost, he had to see Joakim Nilsson's damage to only six seconds.
– Well done match I think. Slightly worse in the first half, but we still make many positions and manage them, and then in the second half we play much better, he says.
"Everyone knows that last year was frustrating to me and it was especially nice to start this year. I might have done some batons, but that's just another game. There is still time to form even more.
Next, training camps for IFK Norrköping are held in Portugal.
IFK Norrköping: Pettersson, Castegren, Krogh Gerson, Larsen, Fransson, Vall, Skrabb, Larsson, Smith, Jakobsen, Haksabanovic.
Elfsborg: Stuhr-Ellegaard, Holst, Nilsson, Henriksson, Kaib, Ishizaki, Olsson, Lundevall, Hümmet, Cibicki, Frick.