Oct 20, 2011, 12:16 PM
A draw game at home is rarely satisfactory for Ousman Jallow's Brondby IF, but the weekend battle against Gambian compatriot's side Njogu Demba and OB was a source of great joy.
Njogu Demba's OB took the led in the 30th minute from Andreasen before Utaka came back for them in the 60th for a 2 goal go in front.
The host, Ousman Jallow and Paul Jatta's Brondby came from a two goal deficit within 10 minutes close to stoppage time from a Bruno Batata 82nd and R. van der Schaaf’s 89th minutes, to seal a two all draw for the Superliga sides.
Under the circumstances of the game, Brondby’s weekend draw has helped shift them to 3rd with 11 points, leaving OB on 6th and 8 points on the table.
Both sides put up a very impressive campaign in the first leg of the 3rd round of the UEFA Europa league qualifiers outing on Thursday. Brondby beat Sporting Lisbon 2-0 away, while Njogu Demba’s OB outclassed Motherwell in a famous 2-1 home win. The Gambian Danish crew will be back in action on Thursday in the Europe’s competitive league.
In Sweden, Amadou Jawo and Elfsborg who lost 1-0 in their first leg of the Europa league away to Napoli drew with Hacken 1-1 on Sunday in the Allsvenskan
Pa Dembo touray and Kebba Ceesay’s Djurgården beat IFK Göteborg 2- 0 to move to 6th position and 26 points.
Dawda Bah’s HJK Helsinki weekend 1-0 win over Lahti has helped the side to climb three steps higher in the Finnish Veikkausliiga league. Sunday’s victory will also help the side in its preparation to host Besiktas in the UEFA Europa League play-off on Thursday after losing 2-0 in the first leg.
On Sunday, in the Norwegian league, Ebrima Sohna’s Sandefjord lost 1-3 to Rosenborg.
Tijan Jaiteh’s Brann drew 1-1 with Muhammed Keita’s Strømsgodset, while Haugesund beat Kristian Brix and Dawda Leigh’s Vålereng 2 – 0.
Abdou Darboe’s Honefoss succumbed to Stabaek 4-0.