Salvesen with a Viking dream debut – knocked Rosenborg out of the cup
Two months after being turned down by the Vikings, Lars Jørgen Salvesen has changed his mind. The striker was sold earlier this week from Bodø/Glimt to Viking and the debut couldn’t have been much better.
With the score at 0-0, after 58 minutes, he was substituted. Sander Svendsen sent Viking into the lead after five minutes with a great 17-18-meter shot and after another three minutes it was Salvesen’s turn.
The attacker gets the ball around the midfield and lifts the ball up. From 18-19 metres, he fired and saw the ball go into the corner, just eight minutes after he had been substituted.
– It couldn’t get any better than that, says Salvesen after the match.
– That’s what you lie and dream about. It was very nice to see her come in. When I got so much space there to run, I had no doubt I was going to shoot.
So the Vikings had good control of the rest of the game and took control to win 2-0.
In the quarter-finals next week, which will take place on March 18 and 19, there will be a meeting with old teammates of Salvesen. Viking then travels to Bodø to play against Bodø/Glimt.
The other quarter-final matches are as follows:
Tromsø – Lillestrom
Moldy – Stabek
Fire – Sandford
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