Ghanaian winger Ibrahim Sadiq showcased his prolific form by contributing a vital goal as reigning champions BK Häcken battled to a resilient 3-2 triumph over IK Sirius in a captivating Swedish Allsvenskan encounter on Sunday.
This latest goal marks the 23-year-old’s third in just two games. This achievement elevates his total tally to a remarkable 17 goals in 23 matches throughout the current year.
The action-packed encounter at Bravida Arena saw Sirius’ forward Joakim Persson striking early, putting the visitors ahead merely two minutes into the game.
Sadiq, undeterred by the early setback, swiftly equalized for BK Häcken at the quarter-hour mark, showcasing his prowess and determination on the field.
The seesaw battle continued as South African midfielder Tashreeq Matthews reclaimed the lead for the visitors, netting a goal nine minutes into the second half.
BK Häcken exhibited their resilience, with Norwegian right-back Tomas Totland leveling the score with a crucial goal, leaving just 17 minutes remaining on the clock.
The defining moment of the match unfolded in stoppage time, as BK Häcken secured their hard-earned victory. A twist of fate saw a crucial own goal by Sirius’ defender Jakob Voelkerling Persson, sealing the dramatic 3-2 win for the hosts.
The victory not only showcases BK Häcken’s determination to defend their title but also solidifies Ibrahim Sadiq’s role as a key contributor in their pursuit of excellence.
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