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Former Falun player brings Visby HISTORICAL victory (+Highlights)

Visby’s tough start of the season was brought to a halt with their first win of the season vs Höllvikens. Former Falun player Hassan Hajo played a crucial role with 5 goals.

(Highlights at the bottom of the article)

With 21 goals divided between the teams, the matchup between Visby and Höllvikens was a true spectacle. The 4-4 score after the first period turned out to be a sign on the wall for what was to come. Among the goals was the first goal of the season of Hassan Hajo, the hard-working player who left Falun at the end of last season. Together with his teammate Tommy Bolin he was behind the Visby dominance in the second period which ended 9-5 for the guest team. Höllvikens didn’t give up, however, and even came back from 5-9 to 9-11 but an empty-net goal, one minute before time, by Hassan Hajo, secured Visby’s first-ever win in the SSL.


Featured image by Per Wiklund

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