Dark skies made the crowd of 12000 at Hindehøjen Park
a little nervous, but the rain held off. Alfonso Capponi
was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Luka Widenhorn
and Benedek Havas
Hindehøjen decided to use a 4-4-2 set up.
Starters: Skøtt - Braagaard, Boesen, Olesen, Palm - Leidel, Thygesen, Moltrup, Beldal - Farghani, Nors Andersen.
A 4-4-2 alignment was the formation of choice for København.
The following players had been chosen: Shariff - Buch, Jansen, Vedel, Iversen - Windum, Tornøe, Ladefoged, Taaning - Grønholdt, Schmidt.
København took the lead 2 minutes into the game, making the score 0 - 1 after some elegant movement down the middle. C. Iversen
was the scorer.
of København took advantage of a mistake on the home side's right after 27 minutes which increased the away team's lead to 0 - 2.
After this, you could see that the players of København were more interested in killing time than scoring more goals.
With the scoreboard showing that 28 minutes had been played, København nearly put themselves up another goal after L. Buch
came through on the left. Fortunately for the home crowd, the keeper made the save.
received a delicate pass through the home side's central defence after 30 minutes, and chipped it past the flailing keeper to score making it 0 - 3. The København fans went wild, whilst the home fans started to think about leaving early.
With 31 minutes played, København put themselves up 0 - 4 after an attack from the right, caused by a defensive blunder. The scorer was L. Buch
After 33 minutes, København's C. Iversen
fell awkwardly, but was determined to stay in the match. That's the spirit!
It was 0 - 4 at the break.
København enjoyed most of the ball, as they maintained 66 percent of possession.
After 52 minutes, an incisive pass through the middle gave C. Iversen
a chance to increase the lead for København, and he did not disappoint. The score was then 0 - 5.
60 minutes into the game, V. Jansen
had to leave the pitch due to a knee injury. In came F. Kloster
A penalty was awarded after 61 minutes, and L. Buch
made the most of his chance to put København up by another goal. 0 - 6 for the visitors.
of Hindehøjen was booked for kicking the ball away after the whistle.
was called on to replace København's G. Ladefoged
after 71 minutes following a nasty collision.
74 minutes into the match, København's H. Schmidt
popped up from nowhere, cheekily stole the ball off an opposition player and scored. 0 - 7.
A drive down the left side allowed E. Vedel
to get in close and score another goal for København after 83 minutes, taking the score to 0 - 8.
Some fine movement on the left led to a København goal after 84 minutes, making it 0 - 9. V. Lyst
was noted down as the scorer.
The referee signalled a penalty 88 minutes into the game following an offence which looked like it was outside the box. L. Buch
knocked it home to make the score 0 - 10.
By then L. Buch
had scored three goals - a hat trick!
After 89 minutes a very unfortunate collision in the penalty area led to København's C. Iversen
being carried off the pitch and replaced by A. Blicher
København claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 69 percent.
performed admirably for Hindehøjen.
turned in a dismal performance, however.
Most important København player was F. Kloster
However, H. Schmidt
made a disastrous appearance.
The match ends 0 - 10.