Tinotenda Kadewere has compared the Swedish top flight league and the French Ligue 2, and he feels the latter is more difficult.

The 22-year-old made a switch to Le Havre in France from Djurgaardens in the pre-season. He joined the team on a four-year contract but his debut was delayed due to injuries.

In an interview on Bleu Haute Normandie, a French radio, Kadewere said:

“Honestly, I think Ligue 2 is more difficult. Swedish football is tactical and technical, here it is but with a physical dimension and more. All the better, if you played and succeeded in Ligue 2, I think you can play anywhere. For me, Ligue 2 is the most difficult championship I have ever played.”

The Zimbabwe international, however, has managed to settle well and became a first team regular in recent games. He has scored three goals in all competitions so far.