The goal king’s cock after the derby victory: “Too bad it was the last”

Jonas Edling is Edsbyn’s most goal scorer of all time.

In the last elite league exchange at the arch-rival’s home ground, the veteran stepped forward – again.

– A fantastic arena, says the two-goal shooter after the 6-4 victory against Bollnäs.

Next season, Bollnäs GIF is expected to move into the bandy hall that is currently being built in the city. The classic meeting with Edsbyn on Saturday afternoon was thus the last elite series change played at Sävstaås IP, which has been Bollnäs’ home ground since 1973.

It ended as so many times before: with Jonas Edling in a lead role.

Edsbyn’s best goal scorer of all time, with a bit over 600 hits for the club, first shot 2-1 on a corner in a first half that was even and ended 3-3.

Just a few minutes into the second half, Ere Verhelä got the chance to shoot 4-3 to Bollnäs from the penalty spot. However, the penalty was saved by Henrik Karlström.

Edsbyn increased – after Bollnäs’ penalty miss

After that sequence, Edsbyn then left – among other things by Jonas Edling from close range shot the heavy 5-3 goal in the 60th minute.

– It feels really good to soap them here and bring two sticks home, he says to Sportbladet Play – and then sends a pass to the arch-rival.

– It’s a shame it was the last (derby) here. We like it here. This is a fantastic arena.

Symptomatic that it is you who shoots home the last derby victory at Sävstaås?

– Yes, I do not know … That’s how it should be, says Edling with a smile and praises the effort after the break.

– The second half is good I think. We put more pressure on the stuff and then we leave them.

“They are stronger”

The home team’s defender Marcus Persson stood for two corner goals and mentions the penalty situation as one of the key sequences in the derby.

– You never know where it will go if we set the penalty for 4-3. But we do not get it in others. They are stronger over 90 minutes, says Persson – who determined the final result with his 4-6 reduction in the final minutes.

At Studenternas in Uppsala, Hammarby stood for a strong turn against Sirius, which has opened the series strongly. Bajen was down 0-2 with half an hour left. After Kasper Milerud and Pontus Nordenfors reduced and equalized, David Brodén emerged as the big match winner with his 3-2 goal in the fifth (!) Extra minute.

In Söderhamn, Broberg also accounted for a strong turnaround at home against Sandviken. SAIK led 3-1 after half an hour, but among other things through four goals by the shooting king Martin Söderberg, Broberg was able to turn back and win with a clear 7-4.

Tobias Nyberg also scored four goals when the gold candidate AIK lowered Tellus with an indisputable 7-0.

For the successful team Motala, it was the second loss of the season when Vetlanda became too strong at home in Hydro Arena. Shooting king Joakim Andersson accounted for two goals and an assist in the 5-2 victory.

In the summit between Villa Lidköping and AIK in the ladies’ elite series, the reigning champion Villa won 4-2. Shooting queen Tilda Ström went goalless from the match while midfield star Ida Friman accounted for two hits.

Jonas Edling has cheered many times at Sävstaås. On Saturday night he had to do it again.

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The goal king’s cock after the derby victory: “Too bad it was the last”

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