Eliteserien: RBK crushed by Viking

Eliteserien: RBK crushed by Viking

Zlatka: Penalty kick and a gem in the longest cross for the Vikings' most important player. Photo: Karina Johansen/NTB

(Vikings-Rosenborg 4-2) Zlatko Trebić and Vikings were able to celebrate. For RBK, it was a completely dark afternoon with the loss and injury of captain Marcus Henriksen.

– It's worrying for Rosenborg. Is it the knee? “He immediately noticed that something was wrong,” said TV 2 commentator Peder Mortvedt midway through the second half, when Marcus Henriksen was injured.

The RBK captain had to be supported and given the opportunity to continue. After the game, coach Alfred Johansson said it was a chicken thigh.

Zlatko Trebek then sent the Vikings ahead just before half-time from the penalty spot, before Edvard Tugith equalized for RBK immediately afterwards.

STJERNESMELL: RBK hope Marcus Henriksen's injury is not long-term. Photo: Karina Johansen/NTB

Henriksen's injury was also the beginning of RBK's decline in Stavanger. In the end, RBK put four behind Sander Tangvik past Rosenborg. Zlatko Trebek scored two goals.

– This was a good start. We must bring self-confidence. Then we know we have more to go on, Tripic tells TV2.

– What is your secret, asks the TV 2 correspondent.

“I’ve become a father, I’ve gotten older, I’ve gotten better at taking care of my body. I’ve gotten better at training over time. And it’s important to enjoy these moments. They don’t last forever,” Trebek tells the channel.

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Victory Mask: Zlatko Trebic with his son Luka. Photo: Karina Johansson/NTB

But the 2-1 score came in a rather fortunate way. Sondre Bjørshol tried to shoot from distance. The initially harmless shot went through the feet of RBK goalkeeper Ulrik Yttergård Jenssen. Goalkeeper Sander Tangvik was off the mark. The Vikings were back in the lead.

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Five minutes later, there was little balance in the RBK defence. Zlatko Tripic was given plenty of space on the Vikings' left. He pulled the ball back and placed it beautifully on the end of the bar.

Five minutes before the end: Substitute Peter Christiansen comes on again. He tried to cross, but allowed Ole Selnæs to jump over the ball instead. The Dane then had space to put the ball into the far corner.

– Now the Rosenborg match will simply be played in Stavanger, TV 2 expert Jesper Matthiessen said at the time.

– The last half hour was at the Vikings' best level, says Matthiessen.

Ollie Satter pulled one back from the penalty spot in extra time, but it was too late.

RBK coach Alfred Johansson was not satisfied with his team's reaction to adversity.

-I feel like it's a good first hour. Then some adversity comes and we deal with it disastrously poorly. What happens is that we lose the aggressiveness that we had in the match. So we're not competing on the same terms as the Vikings. Then we will be punished,” the RBK coach tells Channel 2.

Viking are really calling it quits in the top game. FFK are in fourth place, two points behind Molde who have one game left.

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On the other hand, Rosenborg and Alfred Johansson are four points ahead of Tromsø in the qualifying position.

The penalty kick received by Viking was awarded after referee Ola Huber Nielsen was absent and checked on the VAR screen. On Saturday evening, the Danish national team manager criticized the video refereeing technology:

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