FC Copenhagen saved out of problemerme against Hobro after a late victory at 2-1.
It was not least because of Pieros Sotirious two goals in a short time after his change with a quarter of an hour back.
Hobro was otherwise come in front of the Imed Louatis goal after a penalty, and it looked like the long a FCK defeat. Until Pieros Sotiriou showed up - twice.
Here are three things we learned
the Team. Now. Shut up. A change. Pieros Sotirou has received much criticism in the longer time - also in B. T.. However, even though along the way have been fans without a great love for the cypriotens technical capabilities and contributions to the game, have it not marked Sotirous love for them. It showed jubelscenen after his second goal in a few minutes.
Sotiriou sto for the two boxes, that saved an otherwise horrible afternoon for FC Copenhagen.
It was his goal number six in his last seven FCK matches. And it's even more of them as a substitute. Cyprioten is transformed.
It looks like no longer a at the. The national team were in Vegabet rampant over the course of about a week ago, and it has not been better.
It has probably never seen worse out in Telia Parken. It does not make it easier for FC Copenhagen, which does not come easily to things for the time being.
And as if the playing field isn't poor enough, then played three matches more on the for FC Copenhagen. Even storkampene against Brøndby and Malmö FF.
Emmanuel Sabbi are a man who can get people up out of the chairs in the West. On Sunday, it succeeded so also the american to do it with copenhagen in the fight against FCK.
Belongs to B. T. s podcast transfer window, will know, Emmanuel Sabbi has a very Portuguese style of play. It was also shown in Telia Parken. And it wasn't about, as he had won a penalty kick, but since Sabbi on the edge of his own box selected to send the ball over his own and Viktor Fischer's head.
It was a detail that got the FCK-fans to exclaim a quite obvious fascination - and even when their own team was behind 0-1. So have you seen it with.
Date Of Update: 24 November 2019, 18:00