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Goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey returned to action for Norwegian side Vålerenga for the first time in three months.
The retired Ghana international has recovered from a back injury he sustained in July.
The Vålerenga captain was five minutes away from recording a clean sheet until Vegard Erlien snatched the equalizer in the 1-1 draw with Ranheim.
''It was nice to wear the jersey again, but it was a disappointing result. I think we were clearly the better side during the whole game and had plenty of chances to score the second, the third and fourth goals, " Kwarasey told Nettavisen.
Vålerenga have won in eight matches and Kwarasey revealed it was frustrating watching the team struggle on the sidelines.
''It's been terrible. I want to be out there and contribute. It's tough to watch guys go from game to game without a win.
''I just wanted to get well and play, but Kristoffer (Klaesson ed.) Has played really well. He has shown that we have a very good young boy in the ranks here.''
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