South jutland throw lead and continues peaky shoal

Jutland and Lyngby played Sunday in a 2-2 draw in the 3F League, and thus have the Border, has not won in five matches. Sønderjyskes problems continued Sunday

South jutland throw lead and continues peaky shoal

Jutland and Lyngby played Sunday in a 2-2 draw in the 3F League, and thus have the Border, has not won in five matches.

Sønderjyskes problems continued Sunday dinner, when the team is in the final stage, threw the win away at home against Lyngby in the 3F League.

south Jutland so otherwise out to get his first victory in five matches, but with a quarter back the bill Rezan Corlu of the final result 2-2.

Kevin Tshiembe brought Lyngby in front after twenty minutes, but two goals by Christian Jakobsen sent south Jutland on the sejrskurs, in Corlu equalized.

In the final minutes was Lyngby close to take the victory, but André Riels shot was saved.

south Jutland now has 19 points, while Lyngby has 23 points after 17 matches.

the Match started equal, and both teams had a hard time to get the upper hand.

After twenty minutes brought Lyngby ahead, as Kevin Tshiembe appeared at the rear placket and dotted Rezan Corlus corner kick into the net.

Just four minutes later levelled the game Jutland after a good combination game.

Marco Rojas played the gang with Mart Lieder, before he ran Christian Jakobsen free to kick the ball flat in the goal.

After the break was the fight more messy, and the teams had a hard time to come to the chances.

It also required a coincidence, before the Christian Jakobsen could bring the Border in front after 65 minutes of play.

A long throw was ad several times not kicked away by the Lyngby-defense, and then dropped the ball down at the feet of Hegel, which kicked off the flat into.

Ten minutes later equalized Rezan Corlu great show.

After a hjørnesparkskombination he played it through the legs of a Victorian-player before he kicked the ball into the goal from an acute angle and secured Lyngby a point.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 24 November 2019, 13:00

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