Hill exclaims powerfully: “Very important.”

Hill exclaims powerfully: “Very important.”

(Sandefjord – Vålerenga 1–2) Vålerenga coach Geir Bakke can breathe a sigh of relief after a very important win in the last match of Eliteserien. Against Sandefjord, Oslo’s new striker scored another goal.


Vålerenga looked well in control for a long time, but there were still exciting final minutes to come in the second leg against Sandefjord.

Shortly after Stefan Strandberg doubled the visitors’ lead, Sandefjord responded with Danilo’s happy goal. The Swede continued his impressive individual raid and ensured the tension in the match.

Despite Sandefjord’s pressure, the Oslo team stayed away. Thus, Vålerenga gets a little breathing room for the rest of the bottom battle in Eliteserien and now has three points to qualify for the qualification spot.

– Points are very important when we are where we are in the table. Everyone is able to read the table and understand the importance of winning the match today, says Vålerenga team manager Geir Bakke to TV 2 after the match.

Jubilee: Vålerenga can celebrate a very important victory.

Andrej Ilić has had great success so far in a Vålerenga shirt. Against Sandefjord, the Serbian striker scored again.

Former Sandefjord player Mohamed Oufkir followed up with a perfect shot from the right side, before putting the ball on the field. Ilicic was waiting there, controlling the ball into the net before half-time.

The result was the Serb’s sixth for Valerenga in all competitions. The striker also scored two goals against Bodo/Glimt in the cup match on Thursday. Ilicic joined the club in August.

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Right after the break, things got worse for Sandefjord. A cross from Henrik Bjordal went into the hands of Vettel and Wally Egeli, and the referee pointed to the penalty mark.

Of the chalk mark, Stefan Strandberg was sure. The captain grabbed the ball forcefully to his left and doubled the score for the visitors.

– I made my career with this right foot here, says Strandberg to TV 2 after the match.

Double: Strandberg skates high and hard from the penalty kick.

The in-form player’s goal-happy scoring created tension in the last 20 minutes, but brought hope to Sandefjord.

– Incredibly sad now. “I feel like we’ll get something today,” Sandefjord captain Jesper Tagge told Channel 2 after the match.

The team is still in a safe place, but stands on the same score as Hogesund, who now occupies the qualification spot.


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