I got your back! Eriksson takes unorthodox throw-in against Djurgarden

Goteborg midfielder Sebastian Eriksson showed his full understanding of the rules of the game against Djurgarden, when he took an unconventional throw-in during a Swedish League match. The rules state that the thrown ball must touch another player first before the throw taker is allowed to touch the ball again, and Eriksson decided to throw the ball against the back of his teammate Soren Rieks, which ricocheted back into Eriksson's path as he tried to dribble away. Clever, but it didn't lead to anything as Djurgarden managed to win the ball back.

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