Striker Mohamed Buya Turay scored in Swedish Cup Semi-final defeat.
Sierra Leone international striker did not wait long to sure his attributes for his new club at the Tele2 Arena.
Buya, who is on loan from Belgian club Saint Truidense scored his first official goal in the 38th minutes for Djurgarden in their 3-2 defeat to BK Hacken in the Swedish Cup semifinal on Saturday.
The home team opened the scoring from a Marcus Danielsson penalty (1-0) in the 15th minutes before BK Hacken’s equaliser in the 33rd minutes.
Ghanaian player Nasiru Mohammed level the scoreline (1-1) before Turay’s restored their lead (2-1).
The visitors responded well with another leveller from Alexander Jeremejeff in the 60th minute (2-2).
Both sides played to a 2-2 draw after full time in the Svenska Cup semifinals before extra time.
Mervan Celik scored the winning (2-3) for Hacken in extra time in the 108th minutes.
During the extra-time, Djurgarden’s Jesper Karlstrom was sent off.
BK Hacken will face the winner between AIK and Buya Turay’s former club AFC Eskilstuna in this years final.
VI ÄR I FINAL!! Mervans mål blir avgörande! Jisses, vilken nervpärs! Men vilken match vi gör, vi ligger under två gånger om men vinner ändå. Vilka vi möter i finalen 30 maj bestäms imorrn när AIK och Athletic Eskilstuna möts. #bkhäcken #svenskacupen
— BK Häcken (@bkhackenofcl) March 16, 2019
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