Copenhagen draw as AGF impress
FC Copenhagen's title challenge suffered a setback after a 2-2 draw at Sonderjyske in the Danish Superligaen.
Things could have been worse for the defending champions, who trailed to goals from Eyjolfur Hedinsson and Lasse Vibe. Cristian Bolanos pulled a goal back after 76 minutes though, and Solvi Ottesen's strike five minutes from time rescued a point. However, Copenhagen will lose top spot in the standings if Nordsjaelland beat Odense tomorrow.
AGF Aarhus recorded the biggest win of the day with a 5-1 rout of Brondby. Martin Jorgensen and Osama Akharraz scored two goals each for the home side, with Casper Sloth also on target. Brondby's consolation came from Jens Stryger Larsen.
Lyngby kept alive their slim survival hopes with a last-gasp 3-2 win over AaB. The home side twice took the lead through Anders Christiansen and Emil Larsen, from the penalty spot, but were pegged back by equalisers from Lucas Andersen and Nicklas Helenius. However, Patrick Mortensen scored two minutes from time to steal a welcome win for Lyngby and move them four points from safety with two matches remaining.
Koge are already down and their woeful season continued with a 3-1 loss at home to Silkeborg. Nicolaj Madsen fired Koge in front after 16 minutes, but Silkeborg hit back with goals from Marvin Pourie, Kasper Risgaard and Simon Jakobsen. Madsen was also sent off to cap a miserable afternoon for Koge.