Swedish side, Landskrona got their first win in the Swedish first division thanks to an impressive display from their Ghanaian forward, Karim Sadat who scored twice on the day.
Dubbed the "hero of Landskrona", Sadat's two hits in this year's first away match in the league secured three vital points for his side.
Sadat Karim, 26, is the great star of the Bois attack. "When I'm completely healthy, it's hard to stop me," Karim says.
But a knee injury on the Ghanaian has raised concerns in Landskrona camp.
Södra dominated and should have taken the lead but Landskrona took over and pulled down the roller coaster for the home team who had to move the match to Borås Arena when the grass on Stadsparksvallen was not too bad.
The one who emerged in the exact right position was Sadat Karim, the lyric who previously tested for Malmö FF.
"It was important to me and the team," the goalkeeper said after the victory (0-2) and the show on the artificial grass.
Landskrona's lead goal after 57 minutes had elapsed when Jönköping's Tommy Thelin hit the post.
Then Karim showed what he meant for Bois.
Alexander Tkacz made a pass at the height of the penalty area. Karim sighed the ball, twisted and cut. Low, pressed and well placed next to Frank Pettersson's right post.
20 minutes later it was time again.
This time after an attack on the right side. Adi Nalic slipped through and sent the ball to Karim who managed to beat 0-2.
"I have not been able to train more than three weeks ago. That's why it feels good. We knew it would be difficult, but we took the chance, "Karim said.
But the match winner stopped when he left the plane and the left knee pains were noticeable. A microwave x-ray next week will tell you what it's all about.
Coach Agim Sopi offered victory after the first three points in the comeback in Superetta.
The win sees his side who have been without a win jumped to 3rd on the league table and on course to promotion to the top tier.
The 26-year-old, who has been steadily grabbing the headlines in the Swedish media with his performance has seen a comparison with some Ghanaian greats who have played in the Swedish league.
The likes of Abdul Majeed Waris and David Accam all used the Swedish league as stepping stones to bigger heights and Karim Sadat’s has gathered talks of an imminent move away to a bigger club.
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