After Albin Skoglund gave Ljungskile the lead in match minute 66, a pressing period was waiting for the guests in Borås when Norrby pressed for a receipt.

It would take until the 90th match minute before the receipt came. Abdelrahman Saidi stayed in a tangled situation until 1-1.

When Adam Rosén - not even a minute later - again gave Ljungskile the lead, a crazy finish had not yet reached its peak.

For Alen Krasnici, who became a goal scorer in the 3-0 victory against GAIS earlier, stepped forward again. With a game clock that ticked up at 93, he stayed ahead and nodded the 2-2 ball.

Thus split points in Borås.

"Feels like a loss"

- It has been a long time since it was so hard, but it feels like a loss. We have the ball pretty much all the time and we knew they were going to stand on their own half. But they make the first goal and then it gets uphill. It's heavy now, Krascnici tells Dplay who had hoped for a win.

Norrby is in fifth place after tonight's score. Ljungskile we find just above the moorings in a young and limping table.