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Fuglsang cheated of the triumph of the

He is running on a prokontinentalhold and must almost cope with on their own, he did virtually everything wrong tactically, but ended up anyway as the winner of the cykelklassikeren the Amstel Gold Race.

The Dutch phenomenon Mathieu van der Poel took one of the season's wildest victories, as he is with a stunning comeback on the last 100 meters ate tremandsgruppen in the front, where Jakob Fuglsang sat.

Together with a larger group reached the Van der Poel up to Julian Alaphilippe, Jakob Fuglsang and Michal Kwiatkowski, and pushed the bike the finish line first after a great sprint finish.

Fuglsang came in at third place.

It all lay otherwise to a decision between the three front, but there was too much tactics in it, and the utilised Van der Poel to the fullest, even if he tactically ran a very bad race.

Only after 25 kilometres of Sunday's race left off an outbreak away, which after a little time had been to 11 riders primarily from the smaller teams.

Them the like get away. The edge rapidly increased and was at its highest over eight minutes, but already 120 kilometers from the finish line took the fat on the shave of the distance.

While the favorites even took it with ro, launched Mathieu van der Poel was a curious attack with 43 kilometres to the goal.

He was Ion Izagirre with, but it was all too far-fetched, and the two were picked up not long after. A bad tactical move from Van der Poel, who have very little help from his team.

instead moved some of the other big names shortly after, among other things, Jakob Fuglsang.

the Dane was excellent running and relax alone away with Julian Alaphilippe, with about 35 kilometers to the target.

Michal Kwiatkowski and Matteo Trentin chased them, but could not get up, while a larger favoritfelt halsede after a small minute after the French-Danish frontduo.

Fuglsang tried a few times to shake spurtstærke Alaphilppe of, but no luck.

instead drove the two so slowly in the final, that will be the first Kwiatkowski and since the group led by Van der Poel reached.

And once again it was wild strength rather than for tactical acumen that helped the dutchman to victory.

He pulled himself to the group all the way up on the bud and then out to open his sprint too early. But he is something quite unique on a bike, and it still can be enough, when the tactical actions fail.

Australian Simon Clarke was the number two, while Fuglsang ran in as the three ahead of Alaphilippe.

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