A huge achievement to achieve
Since the away rule no longer applies, the Danes must have a win to progress, and the players are ready to write the club’s history.
“When I went to Portugal a week ago, I thought it was almost impossible for FCM. I don’t think so anymore.” said TV2 football expert, Morten Bruun.
FCM CEO Claus Steinlein has long conveyed that his team should be in the European top-50, a lofty ambition that will require success tonight.
There is nothing wrong with FCM’s form. The wolves beat Viborg FF 4-0 away on Monday, while the Portuguese won 3-2 away at Chaves.
The match kicks off at 18:45 at MCH Arena and will be broadcast on TV2 Sport.
Jonas Vingegaard starts the 2023 campaign
The Danish cyclist Jonas Vingegaard takes part in his first race of the season after a well-deserved break over the winter. The 2022 Tour de France winner is today racing the O Gran Camino stage race in northern Spain. His sporting director at Team Jumbo Visma, Frans Maassen, confirmed that the Dane was well prepared and motivated to face his rivals again.
Danish golfer triumphs in Thailand
Thorbjørn Olesen, 33, won Sunday’s Thailand Classic. The Dane got his seventh victory on the DP World Tour, also known as the PGA European Tour. Thanks to this performance, he climbed into fifth place in the European ranking, which is led by French golfer Victor Perez. The Dane hopes that similar performances will give him access to even bigger tournaments.
Kevin Magnussen in pre-season test
With the ‘Drive to Survive’ Formula 1 series coming out on Friday, Kevin Magnussen will take part in his first rounds of 2023 with his new Haas car in pre-season testing sessions in Bahrain today. His teammate Nico Hülkenberg has already come in a morning session and scored the sixth fastest time overall. The Dane will see the afternoon session and has three days to go before the light goes green on the first race of the season in less than two weeks.
Ehlers hits big NHL milestone
Nikolay Ehlers reached his 500th NHL game last night and became only the fifth Dane in history to accomplish the feat. The Winnipeg Jets wing even managed to score in the game, which ended in a 1-2 loss to the New York Islanders. The Jets are second in their division and in a nice position to qualify for the NHL playoffs this season.
Danish track record broken
Last night, Mette Graversgaard broke her own national record in the 60m hurdles at the World Indoor Tour in Madrid. Her 8.00 seconds was a hundredth better than her previous mark. However, she finished fourth in the final, which was won by Reetta Hurske from Finland in a time of 7.79 seconds.
Source: The Nordic Page