African goal scorers in Nordic football leagues

Ghanaian Evans Mensah scored twice for Finland’s HJK

Two African players were on the score sheet last weekend as Sweden’s topmost football league, Allsvenskan, nears its climax.

Eritrean striker Henok Goitom scored a late equalizer as AIK held Elfsborg to a 1-all duel to see its chances of winning the championship slip while 19-year-old Nigerian attacker Jordan Kadiri hit his first goal for Ostersunds in a 2-1 loss to league leaders Djurgarden.
One step below in the first division or Superettan, Ivorian Adama Fofana scored early as his outfit Varberg went down 3-2 to Halmstad while Ghanaian midfielder Dennis Antwi grabbed an 83rd minute equalizer only to his club Trelleborg succumb to a late goal in a 3-2 loss to Dalkurd.
Meanwhile, in the Danish Superliga, Nigerian-Austrian Marvin Egho scored in Randers’ 3-0 trashing of AAB.
In Finland’s top league, KuPS beat Ilves 3-0 with Cameroonian striker Ariel Ngueukam scoring the second goal in the dying minutes.
Gambian Demba Savage hit the lone goal as Honka pipped Inter Turku 1-0 while Ghanaian midfielder Evans Mensah got a brace in HJK’s 3-0 victory over Mariehamn.
In the Norwegian eliteserien, Leke James made sure Molde stay at the top with a 64th minute strike in a 2-1 win over Lillestrom.
Sierra Leonean midfielder Kwame Quee scored twice as Vikingur Reykjavik walloped IA 5-1 in Iceland.