Aalesund FK, Valerenga | Valerenga had to settle for one point – the crisis continues in Alesund after an embarrassing loss

Aalesund FK, Valerenga |  Valerenga had to settle for one point – the crisis continues in Alesund after an embarrassing loss

Egersund-Valeringa 1-1, Levinger-Ålesund 4-0

Egersund and Valerenga played 1-1 in the men's top flight on Sunday.

Jones El-Abdaoui sent Valerenga ahead when he scored 1-0 one minute into extra time in the first half. The teams went into the locker room with a score of 0-1 after the first period.

Stjan Michelsen equalized when he scored 1-1 in the 65th minute. There were no more goals in the match. When the final signal sounded, the scoreboard showed the score 1-1.

Vålerenga has won three consecutive away matches.

After Sunday's match, Egersund occupies third place in the table with 23 points, while Valerenga occupies second place with 24 points.

Deflation continues in Ålesund

Aalesund are last in the Opus League after an embarrassing 4-0 loss to Levanger. After just half an hour of play in Levanger, AaFK were 3-0 down.

Top scorer Sanel Bojadzic scored a penalty three minutes later, while Adrian Tegen and two goals ensured the hosts could pick up three points.

– It's a circus troupe that we're watching live here, commented Kasper Kvello in TV 2's Målshow studio.

Crush Asane Kongsvinger

Mats Thorns gave Åsane the lead early in the game. In the first half, the score was 0-1.

Three minutes after changing teams, things got worse for Kongsvinger, when Einar Iversen doubled Asane's lead. Dedryk Frederiksen increased the lead when he scored 3-0 after 62 minutes, and substitute Christopher Larsen had recently entered the field when he increased the lead to 4-0 six minutes before the end.

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One minute before normal time expired, Åsane was scored by Ole Kallevåg. Neither team was able to score again. Thus the final score was 0-5.

Róbert Orri Thorkelsson from Kongsvinger received a yellow card. For Åsane, Einar Iversen and Sander Strand received yellow cards.

It broke Kongsvinger's four-fight winning streak.

After Sunday's match, Kongsvinger occupies first place in the standings with 25 points, while Assane occupies twelfth place with 13 points.

Stabæk started

Matthias Grundtjern sent Start into the lead when he scored 1-0 after just eight minutes, but Nicolas Falstad equalized at 1-1 when he slotted the ball into the net immediately afterwards. Tom Strangegard secured the lead again when he scored a 2-1 goal in the last minute of the first half. Shortly after, the referee called the first half. The two teams entered the locker room with a score of 2-1.

Nicolas Bignatl Jensen scored just minutes after the break, then Marius Nordahl made it 4-1 in the 56th minute of play. Nine minutes later, the distance between the two teams narrowed when substitute William Wendt reduced the score to 2-4. He was replaced just a few minutes ago. Nine minutes from time, substitute Andreas Victorio reduced the score to 3-4 for Stabæk. There was no more hype for the teams. Thus, the match ended with a score of 4-3.

Tom Strangergaard, Eric Schulz, Nicolas Bignatl-Jensen and Fabian Nys all received yellow cards.

After Sunday's match, Start occupies 14th place in the standings with 13 points, while Stabaek occupies seventh place with 19 points.

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