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    Falkenberg’s crisis is getting worse after Kizito’s red card

    Falkenberg is well placed in the Superettan. After 20 rounds, the team, before Sunday’s match at home against Oster, was in last place with 19 points. And it would get worse.

    After Falkenberg had a dream goal by Samuel Adrian ruled out in the second minute, they were also forced to step into the halftime break with one man less on the field. Why? Just before the half-time break, Falkenberg striker Kwame Kizito had to call the red card after an elbow in the face of an opponent.

    However, the home team looked for a long time to succeed in fighting for a point. But in the 88th minute Jesper Westermark stayed ahead and nodded in 1-0 to the guests. Then the air went out of the home team, which then also let in 2-0 from Nicolas Mortensen in the 92nd minute – which later became the end result.

    Falkenberg remains in the jumbo position with 19 points in 21 matches. Oster, in turn, advances to ninth place in the Superettan’s table. Next, Gais waits away for Falkenberg, while Oster takes on Helsingborg at home.

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