Patrick Berg (24) made his Lens debut with a break in the last quarter when the team met champions Lille in the French Cup. It ended in penalties.
Captain Seko Fofana scored the two goals when Lens scored twice and secured 2-2 in overtime. He then put the decisive penalty kick in the 4-3 win.
Lille advanced 2-0 in the first half after two quick goals from Amadou Onana before and after half an hour. Fofana created a new excitement with the goal of the reduction in the middle of the second half.
– I am crying
Berg entered the place of midfielder Kevin Danso in the 75th minute when the hosts chased the equalizer, and he was in the last race that included a penalty shootout.
The novice was involved in a great opportunity just before the end. The ex-Glimt player received the ball in the return room and set up Ibrahim Balde, who had just come in. Through a defender, his shot hit the underside of the crossbar.
On Twitter, many liked the Norwegian’s entry.
– I am crying. Someone wrote that Patrick Berg spent 124 seconds falling behind in French football.
Any Turk noticed Berg’s ability to look around him constantly.
If you watch the match between Lens and Lille, you have to see how Patrick Berg is following the match, even when he doesn’t have the ball. It’s even funny watching his head turn.
By the way, did you bring this with you?
Rumors shake supporters: – It hurts a lot
He writes the club’s history as the first Norwegian
Another man claims that the 24-year-old has already proven himself good enough for the French league.
Patrick Berg is already the signature of the season in the French Ligue 1.
Patrick Berg made his first appearance for RC Lens in the derby against Lille in the round of 16 of the French Cup. This is the beginning of a great story, someone is writing it.
French journalist Laurent Mazur notes that Berg is already involved in writing the club’s history:
– Patrick Berg is the first Norwegian player to play in RC Lens!
In the penalty shootout, Portuguese Jose Fonte and Renato Sanchez missed instead of Lille and Jonathan Klaus for Lens. In the end, Fofana decided when he shot. Berg did not take the punishment.
Lille is the defending champion, but is currently a table neighbor with Lens in the middle tier of the table.
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Here Patrick signs: “Peter and I have had a plan from the start
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