By Sulayman Bah Amadou is at least repaying his employers for the extended lucrative contract he’d been offered at the start of the season as the Gambian adds to his goal tally. Djurgarden ran riot on Brommapojkarna on Monday with Jawo accounting for one of the goals while his strike partner Andersson hammered without remorse a hat-trick. Anderssson opened the scoring after just ten minutes clocked – a fragile lead the Stockholm-based club held on till break. Resumption of action for the second-half meant trouble ahead for the bottom-placed Bromma by the time the whistle went for end of time left the host soaked up and inconsolable as Amadou and co slammed three other goals to complete a four-zero result. Jawo scored his second eleven minutes into the second-half in what happened to be the match’s second goal. Jawo’s goal return after twenty-one games is incredibly a wide gap compared to his goal tally last season but remains all-important for Djurgarden. Last season he almost single-handedly helped the club stay up in the face of relegation scare with his goals. DIF are sixth-placed in the league eighteen points below leaders Pa Konate’s Malmo. ]]>
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