By Philip O'Connor STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Malmo's Champions League hero Markus Rosenberg was left scratching his head in disbelief after his two goals against Salzburg helped fire the Swedish club into the group stages for the first time. "It's indescribable," Rosenberg told TV6. It's hard to understand, it's too much almost." Malmo's 4-2 aggregate playoff victory ended a 14-year period in the wilderness for Swedish sides in Europe's elite club competition. Trailing 2-1 on aggregate from the away leg, Rosenberg converted an early penalty to put Malmo in the driving seat, with Magnus Eriksson adding another shortly afterwards with a stunning volley from distance. Click here to read full news..