Gasquet won the Friday night 4-1 against AGF in Aarhus, and the team tankede therefore self-confidence towards Wednesday's cup final in san diego against south Jutland.
It was AaB's first victory since coronapausen in the premier League, as the team had not won a match since the 8. march, where it was a 3-0 win over Lyngby.
head Coach Jacob Friis believes, however, that the run-up to the finale is inconsequential and call Wednesday's finale of a engangsoplevelse.
- I think that regardless of the result today (Friday, ed.), so is a cup final for many 'once in a lifetime'.
- That can go 30 years between, you are in pokalfinalen. That can go 30 years, which does not come near it.
- So when we enter on the pitch on Wednesday, so I think that the prelude is completely indifferent, the coach says.
Therefore, Friis is also not much to declare AaB for favorite to finalebraget, since he believes that all the Superliga teams can beat each other on the day.
- I will allow others to appoint a favorite.
- We did some things well today, as we also must do well against south Jutland, for otherwise we know that the competition is so close that all Superliga teams can beat each other, says AaB coach.
to nominate a favourite out of the teams location in the premier League, the dignity, however, go to the AaB, which is in unique in scandinavia because the sixth place, while south Jutland struggling to avoid relegation in the nedrykningsspillets pool 1.
It is also the case AaB-captain Lucas Andersen looks at it, then he must appoint a finalefavorit.
- It says itself that we are over the Border, in the table, and therefore it will also be bloody stupid, if we do not assume one form or another for favoritrolle, says Andersen.
As her trainer is the captain, however, well aware that the finale of the cup has its own life and is about much more than just than the title.
- We also know just that the cup matches has its own life, and that is a completely different atmosphere on such a struggle.
- in Addition, it is about that he can get his name up on the wall at home in the club, that you can be remembered, and that we can be cheered by our fans. That's it, we all go and dream about, says Lucas Andersen.