Results 31st August 2011
Tyresö FF 2 – 1 KIF Örebro
Josefine Öqvist 10’ 35’ (Tyresö FF)
Sarah Michael 83’ (KIF Örebro)
National team striker Josefine Öqvist scored two goals in the first half and has now reached the first grand final (against Kopparberg / Göteborg) with her new team. – It feels great! We have a great float in the team right now and most of it goes our way. Fun also to make two goals but the important thing was that we won, said Öqvist. The match at Tyresö Vallen started at a fierce pace. Both team’s wagered full speed ahead and the chance of scoring are quick succession. For one thing, Elin Ekblom Bak a shot in the bar, while Örebro Sarah Michael missed an open goal after she rounded the goalkeeper Maja Åström. In the second half did Örebro coach Michael Fahlén a few changes. It was more of a say and in the 82nd minute nodded Sarah Michael the reduction to 1-2. Örebro had a few more scoring opportunities but Tyresö managed to keep clear. – I think we should have won this match. We were much better than them in the second half and would have made at least one goal to said Fahlén. Tyresö U.S. acquisitions Whitney Engen had to jump in as a central defender in the second half and did well. Tyresö has now played nine straight series and cup games without a loss. Goal difference is impressive 36-4. – We take one game at a time and now are to win against Umeå away on Sunday. Since we aim to Malmö in the top, it differs only four points, smiled Josefine Öqvist. In Örebro made new American goalkeeper Valeri Henderson a good debut.She had no chance on both goals. Cup final between Kopparberg / Göteborg and Tyresö played in Gothenburg last weekend in October.
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