the PARK (Ekstra Bladet): FC Copenhagen holds the leash of FC Midtjylland in the top of the premier League, but the copenhageners had to work hard and got a bit of help, when south Jutland was defeated in the Park.
the FCK's 3-0 win was deserved, but Jutland felt cheated in nationalarenanen. And with good reason.
The penalty kick, which gave FCK an early lead, should not have been convicted, and it failed Jutland-camp to not make the referee Peter Kjærsgaard aware of.
FC Copenhagen started the purge of the best and pushed the guests back on the pitch, but created not for the seriousness of the matter, which gave Sebastian Mielitz problems in south Jutland target.
Guests survived the first quarter, but got so behind after a penalty kick, which should never be judged.
south Jutland-coach Glen Riddersholm beat frustrated out his arms on the sidelines, and on social media gave even the FCK-fans him right!
south Jutland-coach Glen Riddersholm so yellow for a hernia. Photo: Lars Poulsen
It was not many either in the Park or in front of the fladskærmene, who could understand, why the FCK should have a penalty when Dame N’Doye tyrede the ball into on Eggert Jónsson.
Judge Peter Kjaersgaard waved as also deprecating in the first place, but changed after a short period of reflection, opinion and pointed at the stain.
One of the dommerkvartetten had apparently seen a hands, which not many others could get an eye on.
Riddersholm was furious, and the mood was not improved when he reviewed the sequence on the big screen.
It was a great gift for FC Copenhagen, and the exploited Pep Biel to safely bring the engineers in front 1-0.
Pep Biel scored in the penalty kick that should not have been convicted. Photo: Lars Poulsen
south Jutland, however, was not beaten, and they thought that they had equalized, when Mart Lieder shortly after the half-hour headede the ball in the net. But linjedommerens flag was - correctly - in the weather.
south Jutland was on the whole good with after FCK's føringstræffer, and Patrick Banggaard headede just past Kalle Johnssons goal in a somewhat chancefattige 1. half.
Glen Riddersholm got a warning for hernia in connection with the penalty, and assistant coach Simon Poulsen also saw yellow, as the two teams went to the break.
On Twitter called the injured Jutland-profile Mads Albaek penalty a joke, and he was also sent up on the stage for a hernia.
shut up, where is it a joke to be a part of!!!!!#fcksje— Mads Winther Albaek (@AlbaekMads7) November 3, 2019
In the 2. half fought the guests well for the case and made it a tough day for FC Copenhagen.
It was a messy affair with lots of duels and weird home plate, but without the very nice football game.
After an hour's play was the purge actually determined by a new penalty kick.
Christian ’Greko’ Jakobsen had too good a hold of Victor Nelsson in connection with a corner kick, and this time the visitors could not complain about the fact that Peter Kjaersgaard pointed at the stain.
Pep Biel had just been changed out, so Michael Santos was instead the chance from the penalty spot and did not.
Bogaktuelle Nicklas Bendtner warmed up, but didn't get in. Photo: Lars Poulsen
Nicklas Bendtner was sent to the warming, but did not come into the showdown, which was attended by 11.394 spectators.
instead, it was Pieris Sotiriou sent on the pitch, and he scored shortly before the time for 3-0 after a sharp post from Viktor Fischer.
FC Copenhagen brought the expected victory, and Stale Solbakkens crew, thus not FC Midtjylland additional string at the top of the table.
Before the next Sunday's blast in Herning, denmark is central jutland, four points ahead of the defending champions.
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