Was ripped out: AGF-scorer was furious

4.608 spectators as AGF defeat the home team-Esbjerg fB at Blue Water Arena, 2-1. the Match was settled three minutes into the referee's stoppage time, when

Was ripped out: AGF-scorer was furious

4.608 spectators as AGF defeat the home team-Esbjerg fB at Blue Water Arena, 2-1.

the Match was settled three minutes into the referee's stoppage time, when Mustafa Amini scored sejrsmålet.

1. AGF has hugged Esbjerg fB
AGF has gradually developed to be the Esbjerg fB's skrækmodstander. In the past nine inter showdown it has not yet managed to vestjyderne to win over the team from Denmark's second largest city. Esbjerg fB was otherwise better playing in the first half. It looked like a drawn match, but thanks to the good morals of the secured AGF himself in the referee's stoppage time victory, which brings aarhusianerne up on Superligens third place.


Mustapha Bundu was everything else than satisfied with the AGF coach David Nielsen's disposition, when he 10 minutes before the break was replaced by Jakob Ankersen. As it dawned on him that it was him, who had been slated to be replaced dished up with huge arm movements, which signaled the surprise, frustation and dissatisfaction. Before this he boldly delivered the goods with a goal. In turn, he had betrayed the defensive in large parts of the half-time had been put under great pressure.


Esbjerg fB in the ongoing Superliga-base game far from impressed defensively. Only in a single match - in the sixth round of the game against Lyngby BK - it managed to prevent the opponents from scoring. Against the AGF should take exactly eight minutes and eight seconds before the goalkeeper Jeppe Højbjerg was passed. It came to pass after a lineout, where the AGF striker Mustapha Bundu got the opportunity to score, because Esbjerg-defence markings once again failed.

Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 19:00

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