Alhassan Crespo’ Kamara and his Swedish club BK Häcken will face strong test against German RB Leipzig in the next stage of the Europa League.
The Gothenburg-based club will be away in Germany in the Europa League second qualifying round first leg tie on July 26 after the eliminating FK Latvian side Liepaja 4-2 on aggregate.
Next Thursday, Emil Forsberg’s RB Leipzig is waiting in Germany and the return tie in Gothenburg played a week later.
The Leone Stars striker played a part in Häcken’s 2-1 defeat on Thursday at home after head coach Andreas Alm chooses to rest heavy names like Alexander Faltsetas, Daleho Irandust and Paulinho because of their first leg 3-0 away victory.
The visitors, who make life difficult took the lead from a Sady Guèye goal 11min into the first half at Bravida Arena in Gothenburg.
Ghanaian attacker Nasiru Mohammed levelled things for Häcken before Ģirts Karlsons scored the visitor’s winner six minute to full time.
Elsewhere, George Davies Latvian side FC Riga and Hassan Milla Sesay FC Finish top-tier FC Lahti are both of this year’s Europa League.
Sesay’s FC Lahti heavily lost their first leg contest at home 0-3 to Icelandic side FH Hafnarfjördur and played to a goalless draw on Thursday while George Davies’ Latvian side FC Riga won 1-0 at their Skonto Stadium but eliminated on penalties.
Riga suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat against Bulgarian top-tier side CSKA Sofia at the Bulgarska Armia Stadium.
First qualifying round, 2nd leg
Agg: 1-1 CSKA-Sofia won on penalties (3-5)
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