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Esbjerg-FC Copenhagen 1-0 (1-0)
1-0 Rodolph Austin (45)
FC Copenhagen lost surprisingly when the team on Friday visited Esbjerg in the Super League.
The West Jews won the spring premiere 1-0 and picked up three crucial points in the battle for survival. Conversely, it was a bad point loss for FCK in the championship match.
Remarkably, Esbjerg had four full-time debutant players in the starting lineup – all four are hired players.
The match was a fairly straightforward affair with the highest chances for the home team. In the final phase, FCK put a lot of pressure on Esbjerg in the hunt for an equalization.
Esbjerg's stopper Rodolph Austin scored the only goal of the match.
After the much needed victory, Esbjerg remains second with 16 points – only one point less than Hobro in 12th place.
FCK is still in second place with 46 points after 21 games. FCM has 50 points in first place for a match fewer.
The striker Dame N'Doye had almost sent the visitors in front after just two minutes when midfielder Andreas Bjelland extended a corner, but N'Doye's header close to goal whistled over the crossbar.
In overtime of the first half, the cheer broke out in Esbjerg, when captain Rodolph Austin sent the hosts in front on a header after a corner kick from debutant Rafal Kurzawa.
After an hour of play, Austin was millimeters from expanding the lead, but this time the Jamaican's head bounced off the crossbar.
After 72 minutes, Joni Kauko sent a free kick in high over the penalty box.
Although FCK put tremendous pressure on Esbjerg in the end, the guests failed to score.