Karim leads Halmstad to victory in Swedish Cup

Karim joined Halmstad in December
Photo: ghanasoccernet.com

Ghana’s Sadat Karim scored twice on Saturday as Halmstad dismissed Sirius 2-1 in Swedish Cup to become the leading African goalscorer over the weekend in the football competition
He struck twice in the first half and those were his first two goals for the club he joined in December from Landskrona.
Brommapojkarna collected a 4-2 victory over Brage with Kenyan Eric Omondi grabbing his side’s 4th goal in the 86th minute while Gambian Alexander Jallow survived racist chants targeted at him and another teammate to net an 85th minute winner for Jonkoping in a 2-1 away win over  Orgryte. 
Meanwhile, Orgryte, noted in a statement after the match that it was opening an investigation into the racial abuse of the Jonkoping players by its fans and was going to delve deep into the matter as racism had no place in the club.
In the statement,  the club said that it takes a lot of distance from all forms of racism adding that racism doesn’t belong anywhere.
It noted that Orgryte is an inclusive association where everyone is welcomed regardless of nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, gender identity and sexual orientation.