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Loan Watch: Engvall back with a win

Gustav Engvall enjoyed a winning start to his second loan spell with Djurgarden on Sunday.

The striker rejoined the Stockholm club earlier this week, aiming to build on the seven goals he scored in his first loan period.

Ironically he faced Norrkoping, the club that has just sold Niclas Eliasson to City for an undisclosed fee.

Engvall completed 71 minutes in the 1-0 success away from home, before being replaced.

Gustav Engvall on his return to Djurgarden
Warm up time for the Swedish loan striker
Engvall was substituted after 71 minutes

WINLESS WEEKEND FOR YOUNGSTERS

Shawn McCoulsky’s Newport County secured a valuable point on the road at Crewe Alexandra, drawing 1-1. The young City forward – who has scored three times already for the Exiles – completed 57 minutes before being replaced.

There was disappointment for Connor Lemonheigh-Evans’ Bath City, who suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Chelmsford City. The Welsh youngster featured for 77 minutes and was then substituted.

Jake Andrews’ Chippenham Town were also defeated, losing 2-0 at Braintree.

Weston-super-Mare – where Aden Baldwin and Ashley Harper are on loan – suffered a 3-1 loss away at St Albans City.

Finally, Cameron Pring made his debut for Merthyr Town in their goalless draw with Hitchin Town.

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