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Disgraceful scenes: Superliga-referee shall be protected by guards

It was not everyone who could deal with the crazy dramatic showdown between Vejle and AGF.

Furious fans would have hold of the match referee Peter Munch Larsen, who had to be protected by guards at the stadium.

Also, Vejle, denmark, player: Allan Sousa, which quite rightly was shown in the first half, would have a talk with the judges, but he was held back by the Vejle b and Vejle in denmark-Henrik Barrels. the

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Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Ahead was a completely daft drama took place.

It took its beginning when brazilian Alan Sousa lost his head, and nodded AGF's Jacob Ankersen a skull in it 33. minutes. It was a correct red card. And from there, things began in earnest to be heated.

Shortly after scoring Vejle by mistake on a drop ball, where Vladlen Yurchenkos kick sailed over Kamil Grabara in the AGF-goal.

The controversial goal was recognized by judge Peter Munch Larsen, but Vejle-captain Jacob Schoop was in the lead and allowed Patrick Mortensen stroking alone down to the Vejle goal to equalize in the empty goal in fair play's spirit.

It was not all players agree on, Vejle, denmark, its crew, and you could clearly see a frustrated, Vejle, denmark keeper Thomas Hagelskjær.

- Anything else would be unfair, points out, Schoop, however, the opposite TV3 Sport and adds to the question whether the players were unanimous:

It was, at least.

the Battle developed into a fierce pace from here, and even a goal from, respectively, Yurchenko, and Mortensen, this time quite correct, meant that the two teams chased the win in the final stage.

But then it broke the chaos loose again.

Vladlen Yurchenko committed a free kick on the Vejle half, and while referee Peter Munch Larsen was going to give him a yellow card, put the AGF game in time and took the fuse in Vejle, who had to see, and Patrick Mortensen doing his third goal.

Allan Sousa had to be kept back of the Vejle-Henrik Barrels after the match. He'd have judge Peter Munch Larsen. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

And it put the players ' minds to the boil. Yes, the entire stadium went indeed nuts, and on to the field flew a trash can, which for a while interrupted the showdown.

- When you call a player aside to give a yellow card, then one will also have him back on his position again. Specifically, because it is therefore, the scores. It is disastrous, says Schoop to TV3 Sport about the incident.

- I boil also inner. It is hard to put into words. There are so many emotions inside right now, said the captain.

In the final minutes featured Tobias Sana the lead to 4-2, while Vejle, Yurchenko managed to burn the penalty kick.

And so had Peter Munch Larsen escorted from the pitch by security guards in one of the Superliga history's most bizzare, but not the least entertaining matches.

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