Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara was on target for BK Häcken, as they were defeated 2-1 by IFK Norrköping in the Swedish League on Sunday.
Norrköping came from a goal down to beat BK Häcken away from home.
Kamara, 24, had given the home side the lead in the 22nd minutes of the first half with his second goal of the season in his last four top-flight matches.
But after failing to capitalise on the few chances created, Jón Guðni Fjóluson scored Norrköping equaliser seven (7) minutes into the second half.
IFK Norrkoping coming into today’s tie with two straight defeats without a goal scored the decisive winner from Sebastian Andersson 11 minutes after their equaliser at the Bravida Arena.
Disappointingly, Häcken have only won once in their last four league matches and they will travel to Kamara’s former side Örebro SK April 26 in a tough away fixture.
The visitors, however, won only their second game of the season. For Hacken was the season’s first defeat.