Oct 12, 2015, 11:19 AM
Ebrima Sohna's Sandefjord poor run in the Norwegian league has continued to surface as the team witness another defeat to Muhammed Keita's Stromsgodset.
The Gambia's mid-field general Sohna featured for the entire 90 minutes and collected a yellow card when they fall woefully to a 3-0 score line. The result leaves them still at the bottom of the table with 8 points in 22 matches.
Stromsgodset weekend conquest elevated them to 4th and 36 points in the Norwegian Tippeligaen standings.
Abdou Darboe's Honefoss beat Aalesunds 3-1 to sit on 23 points.
Kristian Brix and Dawda Leigh Valerenga eased past Molde to edge closer to the top, as they sit second on 43 points and 9 points behind leaders Rosenborg.
Demba Savage's FC Honka gained other three points in their 3-1 won over VPS Vaasa. Finnish Veikkausliga side is strongly contesting for the title, as they continued to clinch on the second position with a few points behind leaders.
In the Danish SAS-Ligaen, Ousman Jallow's Brondby shared the spoils with Lynby in a 3-3 tough battle to settle on 12 points and 3rd. The Gambia international played for 69 minutes before resting his legs for Agger.
Swedish Allsvenskan side Elfsborg who crashed out of the Europa league play-off on Thursday suffers a 1-0 defeat to local side Malmo to delay their title hunt. Currently at 4th with 34th position, a tough challenge lies ahead of Elfsborg in its quest to reach the top.