Copenhagen in control at the summit
FC Copenhagen came from behind to beat Koge 2-1 today and preserve their four-point advantage at the top of the Superliga.
The defending champions trailed to Simon Christoffersen's 36th-minute goal until deep into the second half before two goals in as many minutes saw them register their 12th win in 17 games. Cesar Santin equalised from the penalty spot before Morten Nordstrand struck shortly after to end rock-bottom Koge's brave resistance.
FC Nordsjaelland remained Copenhagen's closest challengers with a 2-1 victory at Silkeborg. Mark Gundelach put the visitors ahead but their progress was checked by Henrik Kildentoft's own goal 11 minutes into the second half. Kildentoft atoned for his error, however, with an 89th-minute winner.
AGF Aarhus leapfrogged AaB into fourth with a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Soren Larsen and Martin Jorgensen while Sonderjyske beat struggling Lyngby 3-1. Early goals from Quincy Antipas and Henrik Hansen set the hosts on their way and Eyjolfur Hedinsson made it 3-0 after 21 minutes. Emil Larsen pulled one back after the break but Sonderjyske held on.