Copenhagen's football club, FCK, came a step closer to realising its ambitions of Champions League play, beating Finlands MyPa 2-0 on Wednesday.
The match was the first home match for the reigning Super League champs and the Copenhagen crowd welcomed its team home after two victories in the league.
FCK started off strong, controlling the action. Despite solid pressure, however, MyPa's defence stood its ground, and the score remained 0-0 at halftime.
A penalty against Jesper Grønkjær in the penalty box in the 64th minute changed that, and André Bergdølmo converted, bringing FCK ahead 1-0.
FCK continued to press the Finnish side, and Michael Gravgaard found MyPa's goal in the last minutes, securing a final 2-0 result.
The game also provided FCK fans the chance to bid farewell to Álvaro Santos before he heads to French club Sochaux. The Brazilian forward had proved his mettle for the Lions frontline, scoring 50 goals during his three seasons at FCK.