Djurgården crushes IFK Göteborg with 3 goals from V. Edvardsen. HIGHLIGHTS

STOCKHOLM. Djurgården was in the end too good for IFK Göteborg with the goal of V. Edvardsen was the star player of the match after he scored in the 30th, 37th and 69th minute.

Djurgården crushes IFK Göteborg with 3 goals from V. Edvardsen. HIGHLIGHTS

STOCKHOLM. Djurgården was eventually too much to handle for IFK Göteborg with the goal of V. Edvardsen was the key player of the match after he scored in the 30th, 37th and 69th minute. V. Edvardsen (30′), V. Edvardsen (37′ pen) and V. Edvardsen (69′ pen).

The match was played at the Tele2 Arena stadium in Stockholm on Sunday and it started at 5:30 pm local time. In front of 21,735 spectators.​ The referee was Joakim Östling assisted by Simon Kristensson and Anton Sjöberg. The 4th official was Rambod Beigi. The weather was clear. The temperature was cold at 12 degrees Celsius or 53.55 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 78%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 52 Ball Possession 48
Shots
  • 18 Total 12
  • 7 On Target 2
  • 11 Off Target 10
  • 6 Shots blocked 1
  • 99 Attack 89
  • 50 Dangerous attack 39
  • 86 Ball safe​ 77
  • 2 Penalties 0
  • 9 Corners 4
Fouls
  • 9 Total 14
  • 1 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

The ball possession was not so different. Djurgården was in possession of the ball for 52% of the time vs. IFK Göteborg that controlled the ball for 48% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Djurgården was more pushing with 50 dangerous attacks and 18 shots of which 7 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Djurgården won the match​.

Djurgården shot 18 times, 7 on target, 11 off target. On the other side, IFK Göteborg shot 12 times, 2 on target, 10 off target.

Cards

Djurgården received 1 yellow card (M. Eriksson). Talking about the opposition, IFK Göteborg received 1 yellow card (G. Svensson).

Match Timeline

V. Edvardsen(goal)M. Eriksson
30'
V. Edvardsen(penalty)
37'
M. Eriksson- Yellow
46'
56'
G. Svensson- Yellow
V. Edvardsen(penalty)
69'
69'
S. Eriksson- sub ->S. Thern
E. Banda- sub ->M. Eriksson
75'
A. Doumbouya- sub ->J. Asoro
75'
76'
E. Sorga- sub ->G. Norlin
76'
A. Salaou- sub ->H. Carneil
77'
S. Abdullahi- sub ->M. Berg
B. Šabović- sub ->H. Finndell
84'

Standings

After playing this match, Djurgården will have 48 points to sit in the 1st place. Talking about the opposition, IFK Göteborg will stay with 36 points to remain in the 7th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Allsvenskan, Djurgården will play away against Malmö FF on the 20th of October with a 15-14 head to head record in favor of Djurgården (6 draws).

IFK Göteborg will host Malmö FF on the 17th of October with a 15-11 head to head in favor of Malmö FF (9 draws).

Djurgården – Formation

Djurgården
G
7.4
D
P. Bengtsson 19.Sweden
7.4
D
M. Danielsson 33.Sweden
7.4
D
P. Johansson 2.Sweden
7.2
D
J. Löfgren 4.Sweden
7.1
M
M. Eriksson 7.Sweden
7.3
75' 46'
M
R. Schüller 6.Finland
7.4
M
H. Finndell 13.Sweden
7.5
84'
F
H. Radetinac 9.Bosnia and Herzegovina
7.0
F
V. Edvardsen 16.Sweden
9.2
Goals30', 37', 69'
F
J. Asoro 10.Sweden
7.8
75'
Substitutes
G
A. Vasyutin 15.Russia
M
E. Banda 12.Zambia
6.4
75'
M
A. Ademi 11.Albania
M
A. Doumbouya 25.Guinea
6.8
75'
M
B. Sabovic 14.Sweden
6.6
84'
M
E. Andersson 8.Sweden
F
K. Holmberg 17.Sweden

Djurgården adopted the aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

The manager Thomas Lagerlöf decided to play with the following team: Jacob Widell Zetterström (7.4), Piotr Johansson (7.2), Jesper Lofgren (7.1), Marcus Danielson (7.4), Pierre Bengtsson (7.4), Hampus Finndell (7.5), Rasmus Schüller (7.4), Magnus Eriksson (7.3), Joel Asoro (7.8), Victor Kaj Edvardsen (9.2) and Haris Radetinac (7.0).

The home team had on the bench: Emmanuel Banda (6.4), Albion Ademi, Amadou Doumbouya (6.8), Besard Sabović (6.6), Aleksander Vasyutin, Karl Holmberg and Elias Andersson.

Substitutions

Djurgården made 3 changes: M. Eriksson for E. Banda (75′), J. Asoro for A. Doumbouya (75′) and H. Finndell for B. Šabović (84′).

Best player: Victor Kaj Edvardsen​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Djurgården was Victor Kaj Edvardsen.

His rating is (9.2) with 3 goals, 23 passes (82% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 1 duel out of 8. He performed 2 crosses.

IFK Göteborg – Formation

IFK Göteborg
G
W. Hahn 1.Netherlands
7.2
D
E. Salomonsson 2.Sweden
6.8
D
C. Johansson 4.Sweden
6.2
D
M. Bångsbo 20.Sweden
6.6
D
H. Ghasem 27.Sweden
6.8
M
G. Svensson 13.Sweden
6.8
56'
M
S. Thern 21.Sweden
6.4
69'
M
H. Carneil 19.Sweden
6.4
76'
F
G. Norlin 14.Sweden
6.8
76'
F
M. Berg 9.Sweden
6.1
77'
F
E. Marković 6.Norway
6.8
Substitutes
G
P. Dahlberg 99.Sweden
D
F. Eriksson 18.Sweden
D
M. Bjärsmyr 30.Sweden
M
A. Salaou 24.Sweden
6.6
76'
M
S. Eriksson 7.Sweden
6.8
69'
F
S. Abdullahi 10.Nigeria
6.7
77'
F
E. Sorga 11.Estonia
6.6
76'

Also IFK Göteborg adopted the aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Mikael Stahre played with: Warner Hahn (7.2), Emil Salomonsson (6.8), Carl Johansson (6.2), Johan Bangsbo (6.6), Alai Ghasem (6.8), Hussein Carneil (6.4), Gustav Svensson (6.8), Simon Thern (6.4), Eman Marković (6.8), Marcus Berg (6.1) and Gustaf Norlin (6.8).

These were the players on the bench: Suleiman Abdullahi (6.7), Felix Eriksson, Erik Sorga (6.6), Abundance Salaou (6.6), Sebastian Eriksson (6.8), Pontus Dahlberg and Mattias Bjärsmyr.

Substitutions

IFK Göteborg made 4 changes: S. Thern for S. Eriksson (69′), G. Norlin for E. Sorga (76′), H. Carneil for A. Salaou (76′) and M. Berg for S. Abdullahi (77′).

Best player: Warner Hahn​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for IFK Göteborg was the goalkeeper: Warner Hahn. His rating is 7.15. He performed 6 saves.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Allsvenskan.​