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Stabæk lost without Jönsson – Vålerenga crushed Lyn in the Oslo derby


Brann could cheer for Anna Aahjem’s 1-0 score against Stabæk on Saturday. Photo: Frederik Ringnes / NTB

Of NTB | 27.04.2024 18:43:03

Sport: The hour was up when Aahjem ended a beautiful Brann attack and made it 1-0 away from home.

With another three points in the bag, Brann is back on track after the loss to LSK Kvinner in the series opener. The club now stands with three straight victories.

Stabæk had to manage without head coach Jan Jönsson on the sidelines in the match. He has been banned for two matches after he entered the pitch and body-slammed VIF player Karina Sævik in the previous round.

The loss ends a bad week for the club. On Tuesday, it ended with a loss for Vålerenga.

Selma Hernes accounted for Lyn’s one score in the match.

In Trondheim, Rosenborg met Røa for the top match. RBK stood with a full score after the first four games of the season, while Røa had only lost once so far.

The match seemed to end goalless, but in the end Sara Hørte arranged another 1-0 victory for RBK. With their fourth 1-0 win in a row, the club has 15 points so far this year. Vålerenga has the same number and leads the league.

RBK has half as many goals as Vålerenga, but still has the advantage of entering this year’s season.

Katarina Dybvik Sunde reduced the score to 1-3 five minutes before full time.

In the bottom match, Kolbotn crushed Arna-Bjørnar 4-1 and secured the first three points of the season.

In Oslo, Micahela Kovacs, Tilde Lindwall and Ronja Arnesen arranged a 3-1 victory for Vålerenga over Lyn. The club is fully booked after the first five games of the year and has scored 15 goals in the process.

Only a minute had been played when Tonje Erikstein sent LSK Kvinner into the lead at home against Åsane. Miljana Ivanovic made it 2-0 before the break, before she also made it 3-0 just after the break.

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