Swedish-born Ghanaian forward Kofi Fosuhene Asare showcased his scoring prowess in Landskrona BoIS’s thrilling 2-2 draw with Östers IF in the Superettan.
Kofi Fosuhene Asare featured from the start and played the full 90 minutes in this closely contested match.
The first half was characterized by periods of possession, with Öster proving efficient in transitional play. The visiting team managed to take the lead when Jesper Westermark capitalized on a well-constructed attack, assisted by Vladimir Rodic.
However, as the first half progressed, it was BoIS that seized control, creating numerous opportunities. Their equalizing goal came after a little over half an hour of play. Following a splendid attack, Adam Egnell delivered a pinpoint cross, which Kofi Asare deftly headed into the net after receiving a pass from Edvin Dahlqvist.
The home side’s go-ahead goal arrived in the 58th minute. Dzabic set up Adam Egnell, who advanced a few meters with the ball before unleashing a precise strike from just outside the penalty area. The shot eluded the goalkeeper and found the back of the net.
Following their lead, BoIS appeared to adopt a slightly more passive approach, allowing Öster to assert greater control over possession. However, in the 88th minute, Adam Herdonsson rescued the visiting team from a potential defeat by scoring a crucial goal.