Lucas Andersen was again the hero for AaB, when he at the end of the first half, a direct free kick in behind Stefan Mielitz and sent AaB at 2-0 and sejrskurs against Jutland.
But it was not only because of his cunning sparketeknik, AaB's prodigal son was the scorer. He was going to have to ‘cheat’ judge Sandi Putros, when he had scored one on the head when Marcel Rømer committed free kick shortly before.
- I could clearly feel I was bleeding in the mouth, and when I put the hand up, I could see it was quite tremendously. But I had to hide it for the judge, for I had a feeling I would kick the ball into, said Lucas Andersen and continued.
- I was very careful not to get blood on the jersey and otherwise keep your mouth closed, when I went to the ball. I think it was an appropriate revenge for the elbow in the face which I got of Jutland-the player, said Lucas Andersen with a smile on his slightly swollen lip.
Judge Sandi Putros had no desire to put up for interview after the fight, so he answered neither on Lucas Andersen's bloody mundtøj or Glen Riddersholms criticism of the judge's overall performance on Friday night.
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On the tv pictures, it could be clearly seen, that Lucas Andersen was bleeding from the mouth, as teammates cheered him. Photo: Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix
With dommerhjælp or not got AaB a much needed home win and got deleted title as unique in scandinavia because the worst home team, they this season.
It means a lot, when you go into a crazy close duel for the top-six, where two of the remaining three grundspilskampe is at your own grass.
- It was a big release and three wildly important points in front of our own fans, said a clearly relieved Oliver Abildgaard after the fight, and continued.
We had reset it here, the boring statistics that you are talking about, and in such a close league as only three points that really moves and makes it fun to come home and see on the live scores.
- south Jutland-the camp is not satisfied with the penalty kick, you was granted. Were there punishments?
- I think easily, the referee can judge it. But he is the judge. I is play. I felt, in any case, I was kept quite clear of their play - and it was not for one second. It was three-four seconds, and I hope the tv images show.
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