Yesterday was the final Stockholm derby for this 2019 season of Allsvenskan. With Djurgården sitting at the top of the table and Hammarby in fourth place and closing in it was always going to be real tense game.
Mohamed Buya Turay’s goal at the 54th minute was enough for Djurgårdens IF to secure the win and pick up 3 points against Falkenbergs FF.
New season same old Djurgården. Started really strong and it looked like the game could end 4-0. But when the final whistle blew it was 2-2.
BK Häcken is through to the final of the Swedish Cup after defeating Djurgården 3-2 in extra time with a goal from Mervan Celik.
Yesterday I photographed my first football match of 2019 as Djurgården meet city rivals Hammarby IF in a quarter-final match of the Swedish Cup.
Last Friday I had the pleasure of going photograph former Man U & Milan player Jesper Blomqvist at his pizzeria 450 Gradi in a Stockholm suburb.
Djurgården came out on top in yesterday’s derby match against Hammarby IF picking up a 3-1 victory. Their first derby victory against Hammarby since 2007.
A fantastic match from Rasmus Elm and two goals from Erton Fejzullahu allowed the visitors Kalmar FF to easily pick up three points against Djurgårdens IF.
Djurgården finally broke their derby curse! After 2372 days they picked up a well deserved 2-0 victory against AIK in the semi-final of the Swedish Cup.
Shooting the Stockholm derby, in any of it’s possible formations, is always the highlight of covering an Allsvenskan season for me.
I was back at Tele2 Arena this afternoon photographing the match between Djurgården and Halmstad which ended 2-1 for Djurgården.