March 15 & 16, 2013:
Round 02 of the premier division "Effodeildin":
B36 Tórshavn - Víkingur 4-0 (1-0)
1-0 Lukasz Cieslewicz
2-0 Súni Olsen
3-0 Gilli Sørensen
4-0 Lukasz Cieslewicz
B36’s attacking forces showed their qualities again today with a brace from Polish forward Lukasz Cieslewicz and one from Gilli Sørensen in addition to yet another free kick from Súni Olsen.
B36 went to half time with a 1-0 lead thanks to Cieslewicz’s strike after 12 minutes following a corner.
Before B36 doubled their score midway through the second half, Høgni Midjord squandered an opportunity in the first half after he had been played clear by Cieslewicz and in the second half Nigerian forward Adeshina Lawal rattled the woodwork.
But midway through the second half, Súni Olsen scored directly from a free kick from 25 metres – his second in successive matches.
Víkingur never threatened at the other end, and inside the last ten minutes of the game B36 scored twice more. First Gilli Sørensen before Cieslewicz rubbed salt in Víkingur’s wounds to make it 4-0.
AB Argir - HB tórshavn 1-3 (1-3)
0-1 Símun Samuelsen
0-2 Bárður Olsen
0-3 Gunnar Haraldsen
1-3 Ahmed Keita
HB romped to a 3-0 lead in just 17 minutes, but otherwise failed to neither impress nor convince, although their win today never was in question.
HB took the lead after only a couple of minutes when Jógvan Andreas Skeel Nolsøe unhindered got to the by-line to square it to a clear Símun Samuelsen for the easy tap-in.
10 minutes later HB doubled their lead with a reminiscent goal of the first one, this time with Bárður Olsen as the scorer.
AB’s defenders were still sleeping four minutes later when central defender Gunnar Haraldsen much too easily was allowed to head home from a corner.
AB then made some tactical changes and moved Sorin Anghel from defence to midfield which seemed to stabilize the team and the rest of the half – and the whole match – was a more even affair.
AB pulled a goal back through Senegalese forward Ahmed Keita after some 30 minutes.
The second half was for the most an uninteresting affair, but AB were close to pulling another goal back midway through the half, but the thunderous shot hit the underside of the crossbar and stayed out.
HB were far from convincing as a favourite for the league title as their attacking game seemed monotonous, but a couple of times HB should have added to their scoring when Christian R. Mouritsen and Fróði Benjaminsen got clear, but both finished right on AB’s goalkeeper Símun Rógvi Hansen.
EB/Streymur - ÍF Fuglafjørður 1-2 (1-0)
1-0 Arnbjørn Hansen
1-1 Øssur Dalbúð
1-2 Bogi Reinert Petersen
ÍF are still without last season’s joint top scorer, Brazilian striker Clayton Soares, whose papers have not been sorted out yet, but so far it has not had any influence on ÍF’s result with two wins in two games, however, the winner again came late this time - a minute from the end.
EB/Streymur had taken the lead after 10 minutes with a goal from Arnbjørn Hansen from a corner, but EB/Streymur came under pressure when attacking midfielder Gunnar Nielsen was given a straight red card after 35 minutes for retaliation against ÍF goalkeeper Jákup Mikkelsen.
ÍF drew level midway through the second half through Øssur Dalbúð, before Bogi R. Petersen dug out the late winner from a corner.
NSÍ Runavík - KÍ Klaksvík 2-3
0-1 Atli Danielsen
1-1 Jann Martin Mortensen
1-2 Páll Klettskarð
2-2 Klæmint Olsen
2-3 Hjalgrím Elttør
After the home team had been dominant for a while, KÍ took the lead shortly before half time with a long range effort from Atli Danielsen.
Jann Martin Mortensen equalized for just before the hour-mark, but just to see Páll Klettskarð bring KÍ back in front a minute later.
NSÍ restored parity again after 80 minutes with a volley inn off the post from Klæmint Olsen, but the hard work was to no avail when Hjalgrím Elttør snatched the winner for KÍ three minutes before the end of normal time.
07 Vestur - TB Tvøroyri 4-1 (2-0)
1-0 Tór-Ingar Axelsen
2-0 Ibrahima Camara
3-0 Emil Mikkelsen
3-1 Poul Ingason
4-1 Evrard Blé (pen)
TB were well beaten again and look to be a long way from top flight level. Whether 07 Vestur have that level is too early to say because of today’s rather cheap background.
Tór-Ingar Axelsen gave the home team the lead within three minutes before new Senegalese signing doubled the lead after a quarter of an hour.
Defender Emil Mikkelsen made it 3-0 from a corner in the second half before Poul Ingason moments later brought some hope back for TB with half a hour remaining.
But instead it was Ivorian Evrard Blé who cemented 07 Vestur’s win with a penalty a few minutes before the final whistle.