16-year-old helps Brøndby to a much-needed victory

Brøndby-OB 2-0

1-0 Josip Radosevic (penalties 13) 2-0 Oscar Schwartau (32). Spectators: 17,946

Brøndby had lost the last three games in the Super League, but on Sunday that streak was broken when the blue and yellow home team won 2-0 over OB.

OB’s crisis has thus been prolonged. Fynboerne is still in last place in the Superliga and is winless after five games.

It has been 11 years since Daniel Wass last played for Brøndby, but in the victory over OB, the national team player made a comeback for his childhood club, for which 16-year-old Oscar Schwartau in particular stood out.

Wass and co. was all-dominant in the match against OB, and a very compact Brøndby team did not leave much play and space for the visitors from Funen.

On the whole, OB found it very difficult to put together several coherent passes, and the high Brøndby pressure was too much for the visitors.

Brøndby goalkeeper Thomas Mikkelsen had replaced an injured Mads Hermansen on Sunday, but it wasn’t much that the seasoned keeper had to worry about. OB had great challenges in playing their way to chances.

Brøndby came out fantastic for the match. The home team sat on everything from the referee’s start whistle, and OB had to run a lot after the ball.

It was played around nicely by Brøndby in the first half, and already after 11 minutes, Niels Frederiksen’s troops were awarded a penalty when OB defender Bjørn Paulsen had a hand on the ball in the box. A somewhat harsh judgment judging from the slow rendering.

The midfield general Josip Radosevic took revenge for the burnt penalty against Basel in the Conference League qualifiers, when he definitely put the ball in to make it 1-0.

Just over half an hour into the match, 16-year-old Oscar Schwartau scored his first goal in the Brøndby shirt, when he sent the ball all the way into the corner of the goal from the edge of the field.

At the same time, this made him the Superliga’s second-youngest ever goalscorer at just 16 years and 89 days. FC Copenhagen’s Roony Bardghji is the youngest. He was 16 years and 13 days old when he first netted in the league.

Brøndby started the second half where they left off. The home team was in full control, and the visitors from OB did not have much time on the ball.

However, it was clear that Brøndby were fully satisfied with the 2-0 lead, so the ball was just played around comfortably in their own ranks, and the second half thus did not offer the most chances.


AaB-FC Nordsjælland 0-0

Spectators: 5,749

FC Nordsjælland extended its record streak to 14 unbeaten matches in a row in the Superliga when the team played 0-0 against AaB on Sunday.

It was not a sea of ​​chances in the summer heat at Aalborg Portland Park. FC Nordsjælland had the ball a lot, but the team lacked ideas and creativity and therefore did not create much.

The home team entered the match with a defensive starting point, where they defended far more than they attacked.

The visitors did not show the confidence that the team should have after winning four in a row this season.

AaB, on the other hand, got further forward in the last 45 minutes, which helped to create pressure on the visitors.

FCN was very much on the ball during the first half because AaB retreated and allowed the North Zealanders to move the ball. But it rarely became dangerous from the visitors’ side.

FCN got the ball into the goal with great help from AaB center back Mathias Ross after 20 minutes of play, but fortunately for the own goal scorer from the last AaB match, the own goal was canceled this time due to offside in the build-up.

In the second half, AaB had several chances to win the match. The biggest was by offensive player Oliver Ross after a corner, but he missed the big header chance.

After the match, FC Nordsjælland is in first place in the Super League with 13 points, which is three more than Silkeborg in second place. AaB, on the other hand, have only two points after the first five rounds.

Viborg’s Christian Sørensen celebrates after he has scored to make it 2-0.

Viborg-Silkeborg 2-0

1-0 Jay-Roy Grot (12) 2-0 Christian Sørensen (22). Spectators: 5,806

Viborg FF got off to a flying start in Sunday’s clash against Silkeborg IF and won safely 2-0 at home in the fifth round of the Super League.

In particular, defender Christian Sørensen and forward Jay-Roy Grot stood out for the home team. Both delivered both goals and assists during the first half hour.

Silkeborg chased a reduction for a long time and clearly took the most initiative after Viborg’s scores, but it was still quite deserved that the home team ended up with all three points.

The Viborgens were well organized in defense and did not allow many big chances against them, despite the visitors’ great tenacity after a possible comeback.

The victory is a good prelude for Viborg to Thursday’s visit to London, where the team plays the first of two matches against West Ham from the Premier League in the Conference League’s playoff round.

Silkeborg hosts Finnish HJK Helsinki in the same tournament on Thursday.

After five rounds of play, Viborg now has nine points, while Silkeborg, who suffered the first defeat of the season, still has 10 points.

From the start of the game, Viborg put a lot of pressure on the away team, and after 12 minutes the green-blues were ahead.

Jay-Roy Grot was correctly positioned in the field and with a long toe cut the ball into the goal via a cross from the left.

Soon after, Christian Sørensen made things worse for Silkeborg when he dribbled forward in the field and created a cunning tunnel, before sending the ball into the net with a hard and accurate shot.

In the second half, Viborg left much of the game to the away team, who were instead responsible for creating the game.

Silkeborg defender Oliver Sonne could have reduced the score with 20 minutes left, but the defender badly missed a huge chance close to the goal.

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