Malmö won Thursday's 4-3 over Dynamo Kiev, and thus can FCK settle for a draw against the swedes in the final battle.
Malmö FF prevented on Thursday evening FC Copenhagen in the advancement from the Europa League group stage in the first place.
It came to pass, when the swedes won with 4-3 over Dynamo Kiev in group B.
the FCK did otherwise its to book the ticket to the 16.-delsfinalen already before the last matchday by winning 1-0 over FC Lugano in the group's other match in Switzerland, but the copenhageners had also need a Ukrainian victory in Malmö.
the Results of the two matches mean, however, that the FCK can settle with a draw in the last group match to advance from the group. Here I am in the Park just Malmö 12. december.
A goal seven minutes into injury time secured Malmö victory, and the swedes thus second place in group E with eight points after the FCK, who have nine points.
Kiev is three with six points and can still achieve advancement, but is dependent on the outcome of the FCK-Malmö-fight.
Malmö-supporters have in recent days been occupied by Zlatan Ibrahimovic' investment in ligakonkurrenten Hammarby.
Two minutes into the showdown, they got the dog something else to think about than the Swedish football star and former Malmö player. Jublen could break loose, when Rasmus Bengtsson sent the ball in goal for a Swedish 1-0-lead.
16 minutes later, was, in turn, make in the Swedish, then Vitali Mykolenko for a fine post applying for Kiev.
Shortly before the break it was again a perfect post from the Ukrainian crew, which ended with Viktor Tsyganskov, who sent the ball into the goal.
Thus it looked like a feast for both the Kiev and FCK, but the swedes would it different.
the Second half was only minutes old when the ball after a free-kick from an acute angle outside the box landed in front of the 37-year-old Malmo striker Markus Rosenberg, who hammered it into the goal.
And barely ten minutes later it was Erdal Rakip, who, with a fine drag and a hard shot brought Malmö in front with 3-2.
When Kiev's Serhij Sydortsjuk shortly after got his second yellow card in the match for unsportsmanlike conduct, so it is extremely difficult for the ukrainians, but by then it was Benjamin Verbic to.
The former FCK-player got sent a perfectly executed free-kick from Tsyganskov in goal.
It looked like long as a pointdeling in Malmö, but six minutes into the referee's stoppage time beat Rosenberg so, again, and mourned for the euphoric jubilation on the battens.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 04:00