Ghanaian goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey and his Rosenborg team won the Tippeligaen in Norway, the club's 24th league title.
Kwarasey and his team needed just a draw to secure the league title in their game against Molde.
Home team Molde started the game on the high foot scoring the first goal on the half hour mark but Rosenborg came back to score three goals to secure a 3-1 win as they were crowned champions of Norway. READ ALSO: Angry Drogba clashes with fan in New York
Adam Kwarasey joined Rosenborg from Major League Soccer club Portland Timbers a few months ago.
The 28-year-old goalkeeper in his last full season in the MLS won the Major League Soccer Cup with his former club.
Kwarasey and his team will take on Bodo/Glimt in the semi-final of the Norwegian Cup as they seek to book a final game with either Stroemsgodset [Kwarasey's former club] or Kongsvinger for a league and cup double.