Ghana midfielder Edwin Gyimah was on target for Helsingborg in their 2-1 loss against Gefle in the Swedish Superettan League on Monday evening.
Helsingborg fell behind to a 31st-minute strike by Deniz Hummet at the Gavlevallen Arena.
With seconds to end the first half, Adam Bergmark-Wiberg added Gefle’s second of the game with a powerful shot just outside the 18-yard box.
Gyimah scored his second goal of the season when he pulled a goal back in the 90th minute.
Despite the loss, Helsingborg maintains their 4th spot on the log with 41 points after 11 games.