OSTERSUND, SWEDEN - SEPTEMBER 30: Jordan Attah Kadiri of Ostersunds FK celebrates after scoring the 1-0 goal during the Allsvenskan match between Ostersunds FK and Djurgardens IF at Jamtkraft Arena on September 30, 2019 in Ostersund, Sweden. (Photo by David Lidstrom/Getty Images)




Nigerian youngster, Jordan Attah Kadiri proved to be the hero again for the Swedish side Ostersunds SK when he scored the only goal of the game to help them to a 1-0 win away at Falkenbergs, reports.


Having failed to find the net in his previous two games, the former Nasarawa United attacker led the line for the 7th league game for the visitors, with the hosts also naming John Chibuike in the starting XI.


Both teams however went toe to toe in the opening 45 minutes with Falkenbergs looking the most dangerous on the attack but the visitors held their line to keep the scores goalless going into the break.


With the hour mark approaching, the visitors took the lead from a training routine when a corner kick was played short to Rewan Amin who then delivered a lovely cross into the box and Kadiri reacted quickest to head home for 1-0.


The 20-year-old then made way five minutes from time as his side held on for just their second win of the campaign to move off the relegation zone.


An excited Kadiri dedicated the goal to head coach Ian Burchnall who is leaving the club in the coming days.