the Football club Molde could Sunday to cheer about to win the Norwegian championship, as the club flat beat Strømsgodset safely.
Molde won the showdown 4-0, thus reaching up to 62 points in first place in the Eliteserien, and the lead can no other clubs catch up with two rounds left.
After a good half an hour led the home team 2-0 and could slowly begin to prepare for the celebrations after the goals of Ohi Omoijuanfo and Magnus Wolff Eikrem.
In the second half ensured Leke James with two scores for the end result, and so could the party kicks off.
this is The fourth time that Molde win the Norwegian championship, which last happened in 2014.
Previously, it was also Norwegian gold in 2011 and 2012.
Strømsgodset had Danish Martin Hansen in goal and Danish coach Henrik Pedersen must now acknowledge that the club goes two thrilling rounds in the meeting.
Strømsgodsets defeat meant thus, that the club is second to last on a direct nedrykningsplads with 26 points.
Kasper Junker scored for Stabæk, who out struck Lilleström 3-1, and Tonny Brochmann scored on a penalty kick for Mjøndalen IF, as a home beat Ranheim 3-1 in a bundopgør.
The three points were extremely important, as Mjøndalen is just over Strømsgodset with one more point, while Ranheim is last with 24 points.
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