When Varberg's Alexander Johansson - very beautifully - made 2-0 at home against Falkenberg, the judge, Andreas Ekberg, showed a different refereeing behavior. He put his arm behind his back and declared that Varberg had extended the lead. - It is justified to be turned off. It is a nonchalant backhand wave, jokes the referee, Jonas Eriksson, in SVT's Football studio.
When asked if Eriksson himself used this strange behavior, the message was clear.
“Not like the humble Northwesterner I am, so I pointed with clear signs so clearly,” Eriksson says, laughing, before continuing:
- But he has a good position and stands well inside the penalty area and wants to show that "here I am" so that both we and all his bosses eventually saw it.