Ghanaian trio Philemon Ofosu-Ayeh, Thomas Boakye and Sadat Karim all saw 90 minutes of action on Tuesday for Halmstadt as they posted yet another victory to maintain top spot in the Swedish Superettan League.
Halmstadt, beat Jonkoping Sodra 3-0 in a home game played at the Orjans Vall Stadium to stay top of the table with 26 points as they chase promotion to the top-flight league.
The Ghanaian trio were in excellent form throughout the encounter as they posted their eighth win of the campaign after 12 matches.
Ofosu-Ayeh was rated at 8.5 with Boakye and Karim also rated highly at 8.4 and 8.7 respectively in this fixture against a Jonkoping Sodra side that lies next to bottom on the table with eight points.
Halmstadt are two points ahead of Brage with three matches to end the first round of the campaign and, they will look to build on this performance as they seek to gain promotion to the Swedish Allsvenskan League.
They will next play Landskrona BoIS in an away encounter next week Tuesday at the Landskrona IP Stadium where they will look for their ninth league win of the season.
The three Ghanaians will hope to be included in this upcoming fixture as well against a Landskrona BoIS side that sits ninth on the table with 17 points.
As they continue with their exploits in Sweden, all three Ghanaians will look to improve on their performance to catch the eyes of the national team selectors ahead of the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar in November and December this year.
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