Unbeaten leaders FC Copenhagen dropped points for only the second time this season as Martin Jorgensen ‘s last-minute penalty earned nearest pursuers AGF Aarhus a point. Dame Ndoye’s goal appeared to have propelled Copenhagen towards a tenth win in 11 games, but Jorgensen pegged them back at the death. Aarhus, however, remain ten points adrift of the leaders and were joined by third-placed Nordsjaelland after their 1-0 win over Sonderjyske, Mikkel Beckmann scoring the solitary goal in the 68th minute. Surprise early strugglers Brondby picked up only their third win of the season as Dennis Rommedahl scored three minutes after half-time to earn them a 1-0 success over Lyngby. Peter Utaka’s first-half brace earned Odense a 2-1 win over Koge after they had trailed to Simon Makienok Christofferson’s 20th-minute goal.
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AGF peg-back Copenhagen