Down 0-1 and with a view to break lived Esbjerg for a good time in superligakampen against FC Copenhagen.

But a penalty kick seconds before the pausefløjt sent copenhageners in front of the two.

FCK won the match 3-0 and the scoring just before the break was crucial, a frustrated John Lammers, head coach of Esbjerg.

– In the last two minutes we gave a penalty away. It was stupid. If one is going to break down to 0-1, you have some options. It was bad that they got the second goal, says John Lammers.

Ten minutes into the second half it went again wrong in Esbjerg-defensive. Målfarlige Dame N’Doye got through the defense and was requested by Rodolph Austin on the edge of the field.

the Referee pointed to the penalty spot, but Lammers points out, that a free kick had been the right judgment.

– I do not think it was a penalty, he says.

– There are four or five judges. They must help him, for he can not see it all. You could clearly see on the big screen, he was on the right side of the field.

– It is too bad, but overall, I think the judge did Pinbahis well, says Lammers.

the Defeat was the third in the last four matches of Esbjerg, which is now placed on the sixth place in the premier League.

One round remaining before the players and staff can go on christmas vacation. It is needed for a part of them, says the coach.

– We play 20 matches in the league plus cup. And we are playing basically with the same team every time. It requires much of them, for they are accustomed to a lower level.

– There are players who really need a break. Three weeks off will be really good for them. Hopefully to return fresh back, says John Lammers.

Esbjerg’s meetings in the last round before the winter break FC Nordsjælland at home. The season resumes for Esbjerg he 10. February against the AGF.

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