Esbjerg ensure Randers suffer relegation
Substitute Tim Janssen's last-minute equaliser ensured Randers joined Esbjerg in being relegated from the SAS-Liga today.
Jonas Kamper twice gave second-bottom Randers a lead which would have lifted them above AaB, who lost 2-0 at champions FC Copenhagen, and into the final position above the drop-zone.
But Jesper Lange and Janssen hauled basement club Esbjerg level to salvage a 2-2 draw and leave their opponents one point behind the Aalborg outfit, who survive despite being beaten by goals from Cesar Santin and Jesper Gronkjaer - the former Chelsea winger playing his last game before retirement.
That result meant Copenhagen's emphatic winning margin ahead of Odense BK ended up at 26 points after the latter were beaten 2-0 by Lyngby, Brian Hamalainen and Emil Larsen scoring the goals.
Lyngby therefore overhauled Horsens, beaten 2-1 by Silkeborg, to finish three places clear of relegation. Kaimar Saag scored both of Silkeborg's goals before Niels Lodberg hit back.
Third-placed Brondby won 2-0 at Sonderjyske, Michael Krohn-Delhi adding to Anders Ostli's own goal, while Nordsjaelland and Midtjylland drew 0-0.