Three things we learned in Aalborg: Kudus is a big talent

the Result means that FC Nordsjælland and AaB ends the fall with every 28 points, which at the time of writing is synonymous with a shared fifth place. FC

Three things we learned in Aalborg: Kudus is a big talent

the Result means that FC Nordsjælland and AaB ends the fall with every 28 points, which at the time of writing is synonymous with a shared fifth place.


FC Nordsjælland have in recent years had it hard at Aalborg Stadium against AaB. Before the Friday night fight they had in the six inter showdown not won a single time. In the first half of the match was FC Nordsjælland clearly better than AaB. Thus it was not undeserved that they went to the break with a lead of 2-0. A quarter of an hour before the time is reduced AaB to 1-2. The scoring meant that the battle's end was hectic. AaB pressed on, while FC Nordsjælland defended with tooth and nail - and increased the lead in stoppage on an excellent referee's foot by Mikkel Rygaard.


FC north Zealand's 19-year-old ghanaian striker Mohammed Kudus proved against AaB from its very best side. For example, only played three minutes of the match, when he in the middle of the penalty area received the ball. He had plenty of time to even try a shot, but instead tilted he's smart ball across the hjemmeholdets stopperduo and on to Mathias Rasmussen, who kanonerede it into the cracks.


AaB has big ambitions. In the current season goes, the objective in the direction of a top 6 position, while in the future will be playing for the medals. Should the dream be realized, it is imperative that efficiency in the driblinger, tackles and finishes are much better than the case was in the match against FC Nordsjælland. Here was AaB supporters so disgruntled with the performance periods was booed massively.

Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 21:01

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