Kenya’s Eric Johana Omondi found the back of the net twice for Jönköpings Södra as they beat Akropolis 4-1 in a Swedish Superettan match played on Monday.

Omondi scored in the 11th and 71st minute. Adrian Edqvist and Moustafa Zeidan scored the other two goals for Jönköpings.

Nicklas Stefan pulled one back for Akroplis.

Following the result, Jönköpings is third on 14 points after playing 9 games. Varnamo tops the league standings on 17 points.

Still in Sweden, Kenyan defender Joseph Okumu is apparently ready for a new challenge following weeks of being linked with a move away from IF Elfsborg.

Okumu has been linked with moves to Lorient FC, Rangers FC, Celtic FC, Reims and Genk.

“The Swedish league is a springboard for all players. If you do it well, hopefully the right opportunity arises” said Okumu.

“If the right option emerges, I definitely want to take the next step.

“It depends on the project. It’s not just about going to a top league or a top team. It’s all about where I can go and develop, where my playing style fits and where I can make an impression.

“I’m not just moving to move. It is important to see the bigger picture. It’s the dream all players have.”