Complete British News World

Hamrabi crushed AIK in front of a record audience

Hamrabi crushed AIK in front of a record audience

The new audience record for damallsvenskan is 18537. Not far from doubling the previous record set in 2008 when Linköping met Umeå. Then there were 9,314 in the stands.

If any of the teams are captured by a large crowd, they will not be noticed in the match. The intense heat made it important to conserve breath, and after a few quick kicks Czestochowa sent a free kick high over the penalty area.

The host team can benefit most from general support.

Hammarby made it 1-0 after Madeleine Januji returned from AEK goalkeeper Mila Magassari. This was the ninth goal of the national team player this season.

Target the party at others

At the beginning of the second half, the intensity of the scoring increased.

Alice Carlson increased 2-0 after a tangled position in the penalty area. But the answer came straight away from AIK. 2-1 through Honoka Hayashi, who made sure to breathe life into the match.

Hammarby then climbed again to a two-goal lead when goal thief Berglund Bjorg Thorvaldsdottir put 3-1 at the post.

This was followed by the questionable sentence of Hamrabi. However, audience favorite Emma Janson was very confident and made it 4-1.

“I’m pretty sure about the penalties, it was just putting them down and celebrating with the fans,” Jansson told SVT after the match.

Her seventh goal of the season.

4-1 was also the end result.

I dreamed of

Devoted maid Eileen Gibson, who played in Hammarby since childhood, had a dream come true.

– This is something I’ve dreamed about since I started playing football. I hope it’s like this in every match, she says.

See also  Political battle escalated over aid - MP opens for an increase

The three points mean a lot to Hammarby, who are seeking a place in the Champions League. Eskilstuna, in third place, lost, which means Hammarby enters the coveted European position. They are now four points behind with three games remaining of the season.

AIK’s loss gives Växjö reason to keep fighting for a new Allsvenskan contract. Stockholm now has an eight-point lead over Växjö.