In a thrilling encounter in the Swedish Allsvenskan, former Ghana U17 attacker Ibrahim Sadiq showcased his talent by scoring a goal in BK Hacken's resounding 6-1 home triumph over Degerfors on Saturday afternoon.

BK Hacken wasted no time in opening the floodgates as Bénie Traoré's right-footed shot from the center of the box found the bottom right corner, with Samuel Gustafson providing the assist through a well-placed cross.

However, Degerfors quickly responded, equalizing on the 25th minute with a remarkable right-footed shot from outside the box by Dijan Vukojevic, which found the top left corner. The goal was expertly assisted by Oscar Wallin.

Undeterred, the home side regained their advantage in the 38th minute, as Ibrahim Sadiq's header from the left side of the six-yard box found the bottom right corner. Sadiq's goal came courtesy of a precise cross from Mikkel Rygaard following a corner kick.

BK Hacken continued to assert their dominance, adding a third goal in the 42nd minute through Simon Sandberg. Just moments before halftime, Romeo Amané further extended their lead to 4-1.

The second half witnessed no respite for Degerfors as BK Hacken continued their relentless attack. Bénie Traoré and Momodou Sonko both found the back of the net, sealing an emphatic victory for their team.

With his goal in the match, Ibrahim Sadiq has now scored two goals in three appearances for BK Hacken in the ongoing season, further establishing his impact on the team.

The comprehensive 6-1 triumph showcases the strength and depth of BK Hacken's squad, with Sadiq's contribution exemplifying the team's attacking prowess.

The result will undoubtedly bolster their confidence as they aim to continue their success in the league.