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SANDEFJORD (VG) It seemed to go against Kåre Ingebrigtsen’s (54) sixth loss in ten games as Brann coach, but in overtime Fredrik Haugen (28) secured one point for the guests. Still, the boss is not entirely happy.

– Fredrik makes up for it with that goal, because he cheats on two of the setbacks, says Brann coach Kåre Ingebrigtsen with a smile on his face.

Both

and flocked around the Brann coach after the match.

Bergenspressen possibly sharpened their knives as all the points seemed to blow away in the storm at Sandefjord Arena, but Fredrik Haugen’s shot in the 95th minute of the match ensured one point with his 3-3 goal.

– You run a lot as an inner runner. If they want to put two goals on me, then they can just do it, says Fredrik Haugen about the coach’s statement.

The goal was Fredrik Haugen’s first goal of the season. The inner runner has had a downward trend in terms of the number of goals.

Last year he struggled with injuries and little playing time and scored only two goals. The year before there were four.

– Fredrik never scores goals, so it is typical that it comes towards us, says former Brann stopper Lars Grorud.

The Sandefjord captain called it “very frustrating” to.

Keeper Jacob Storevik took over.

– It is my fault. I give the two goals, I think Brann will be happy about that, Storevik told Eurosport after this:

A draw means that Kåre Ingebrigtsen stands with one win, four draws and five losses in ten games as Brann coach.

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