FC Copenhagen reaches Royal League final

Updated: 25 February 2007 10:34 IST

Striker Peter Ijeh scored two goals to lead FC Copenhagen past fellow Danish side Midtjylland 4-0 Thursday night and into the Royal League final.

FC Copenhagen reaches Royal League final
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Striker Peter Ijeh scored two goals to lead FC Copenhagen past fellow Danish side Midtjylland 4-0 Thursday night and into the Royal League final. FC Copenhagen advanced on a 7-1 aggregate. Michael Silberbauer and William Kvist also scored for the defending Royal League champion. Last year, FC Copenhagen beat two-time UEFA Cup champion IFK Goteborg in a penalty shootout to claim the inaugural Royal League championship. The Royal League, so named because Sweden, Denmark and Norway are constitutional monarchies, started last year with the top four teams from the three Scandinavian countries. (AP)

Topics : Football FC Copenhagen
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