At the time it seems that we’re failing with absolutely everything.
Vålerenga dominated the first fifteen minutes, and that they took the lead in the 15th minute was deserved. Chad Barrett ran to the deadline, and crossed the ball. André Hansen boxed it, but he found the head of Morten Berre, which had no problems sending it into the empty net. And just five minutes later they added to 2-0. Fredrik Semb lost the ball on 20 meters. Barrett and Mohammed Fellah played their way past the defence, and Hansen couldn’t prevent the ball from passing the line.
ODD passed the midfield a couple of times, but nor they or vålerenga managed to create something for the rest of the half.
It didn’t take long before the third goal was a fact. A Kristofer Hæstad finish was pointed for adverts, but with a parade André Hansen made sure it found the net instead. Great, isn’t it? It was more even after this. ODD managed to substain some pressure, but it didn’t get more dangerous than shots from 25 meters. Until the 81st minute. A freekick ended finally up in the feets of Elba Rashani, who sent the ball under the keeper. 3-1, and a hope shone weakly.That hope could have been stronger if Herolind Shalas long-range shot had hit inside the post, instead of on the outside.