FC København record a win in their final game

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07 Feb 2015

Written by: Ashley

FC København recorded a win in their last match of The Atlantic Cup 2015 after two defeats against Jablonec and Dynamo Moscow. 4-2 was the resultat of today's match.

The first match of the final day of The Atlantic Cup 2015 got off to a flying start. Mladá Boleslav opened the scoring after a corner in the sixth minute. Lukas Magera was allowed to connect with the ball which didn't please Stephan Andersen in the FC København goal.

The lead only lasted a few minutes as Ludwig Augustinsson soon after blasted the ball in the net. Danny Amankwaa seemed to have lost the chance when the Swede appeared and took care of business.

Youssef Toutouh did just the same 15 minutes before the break when a ball dropped before him in the box. Andreas Cornelius was waiting for a pass but it came too late and it hit a defender. Luckily for FC København it fell for Toutouh who smashed it home.

The spectators at Estadio Albufeira shouldn't wait long for the next goal. This time it came from Danny Amankwaa who got control of the ball in the box, smartly took it past a man and stuck it in the net.

Mladá Boleslav mixed up things after the break by bringing on eight(!) new players. Little did it help and FC København soon expanded the lead. Former Cardiff striker Andreas Cornelius scored a neat goal to make it 4-1.

It became an absolute goal fest when Jiri Skalak soon after made it 2-4. A beautiful freekick was bended beside the wall and into the goal. A sweet strike from the little Czech.

Although FC København had more chances the final score was 4-2.


Match stats:

06: 1-0 – Lukas Magera (18)
08: 1-1 – Ludvig Augstinsson (3)

31: 1-2 – Youssef Toutouh (24)
34: 1-3 – Danny Amankwaa (32)

46: Mikael Antonsson (15), Kevin Foley (16) and Steve De Ridder (22) in – Ludwig Augustinsson (3), Mathias "Zanka" Jørgensen (25) and Danny Amankwaa (32) out
46: Florian Thalamy (2), Jakub Navratil (3), Jiri Skalak (10), Jan Stohanzl (15), Jasmin Scuk (17), Ondrej Zahustel (21), Jan Sisler (24) and Igor Subbotin (29) in - Jan Boril (8), Ondrej Kudela (11), Matej Koncal (14), Michael Duris (16), Lukas Magera (18), Tomas Wagner (19), Lukas Hulka (28) and Kamil Vacek (35) out
64: 1-4 – Andreas Cornelius (11)
67: 2-4 – Jiri Skalak (10)
75: Yellow card for Jan Koch (30)

79: Christian Poulsen (29) and Brandur Olsen (36) in – Nicolai Jørgensen (10) and Youssef Toutouh (24) out

86: Jonathan Frimann (39) in – Rurik Gislason (19) out

90: Yellow card for Jiri Skalak (10)

90: Yellow card for Brandur Olsen (36)

90: Adam Pajer (9) in - Jakub Navratil (3) out


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