Jun 1, 2012, 1:25 PM
Banjul born Muhamed Keita was on target during Stromsgodset away 1-1 draw with Abdou Darboe's Honefoss on Sunday in the Norwegian Tippeligaen.
19-year-old Muhamed Keita opened the scores in the 13th minute when Ola Kamara passed the ball to club’s star attacker, Keita, who organised himself, dribbled the ball passing a pair of home team's players before he put the ball into the goal.
Davy Calude Angang in the 65 minute gave in Honefoss equaliser to climb one step to 12 points and 14 positions.
Stromsgodset is sitting on 10 position and 20 points.
Tijan Jaiteh did not make the team that helped
Brann to take their first away win of nine months in their 3-0 win over Kongsvinger. This gave them a slight shift on the table, moving to 16 point and 12 positions.
Brann won 3-0 in a solid tactical game on artificial turf. The victory was the first since their 2-0 win in Tromsø in 4 October 2009.
With a win and three points, Brann will have a little breathing space after facing down to the bottom of controversy in the Premier League, which resumed last weekend after the World Cup break.
Substitute Dawda Leigh featured in the 80 minute when Valerenga beat Lillestrom 4-1 to complete a total of 28 points and 3rd on the table. They are now 2 and 5 points behind second placed Tromso and leaders Rosenborg.
Gambian compatriot Kristian Brix did not travel to the Arasen Stadium in Valerenga’s big harvest.
In Finland, Dawda Bah's HJK Helsinki has increased its title run to 27 points following their happy 1-0 win over TPS on Sunday. The results have increased the gap between closest contenders to 4 points. Demba Savage's FC Honka, who are second also beat FC Haka 4-2 to settle on 23 points.