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ICYMI – Defence not copen well

It’s hard to know which is our favourite bit of this goal – a calamitous concatenation cooked up by Copenhagen in their Europa League qualifier against Rijeka last night. 

As the lone striker runs free, tracked by five defenders there’s surely no combination of events that could lead to the ball ending up in the back of the net. At least, no normal set of events.

For what it’s worth, Rijeka qualified for the Europa League group stages thanks to this, the only goal in a 1-0 win.

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