In a even, though quite boring match, no one could score a winner.
GAIS started the game best, and created a chance immediately. But with André Hansen between the posts, It’s difficult to score. As time went on The Black & Whites played better and better, but poor movement at top made sure that 0-0 was the standing at half time.
ODD stepped up in the second half. Snorre Krogsgaard was subbed in for Elba Rashani, and he became a offensice rescource instantly. Both Frode Johnsen and Mattias Anderson came to chances, without netting the ball.
Simen Brenne, on the other hand, knows how to score. A fine team machinery play gave Brenne the chance from 16 meters, and he blasted the ball into the top corner. 1-0, deserverly considering only the second half till that point (74th minute). A lead who held for only 12 minutes …
Wanderson do Carmo dribbled his way through the ODD defence, and finished it into the bottom corner. 1-1, which also became the final result.
Fagermo blaims tired legs
“It was a rusty final test. We were good the last 15 minutes of the first half, and the next 30 minutes, but other than that it was poor. The lads complained about tired legs, so we got to use the next week to find answers from this game.”