Club Brugge began their night in a sorrowful mood after Stefano Denswil’s own goal gave Brugge the lead in the match that ended 4-0.
FC Copenhagen let loose in the final half-hour as they condemned Club Brugge to their second defeat in UEFA Champions League Group G.
The goals would have been two few minutes later, but from the spot, but Brugge goalkeeper saved penalty conceded by Denswil for a high challenge on Federico Santander.
Hopes of ccomeback were soured after Thomas Delaney made it 2-0 by rifling a left-footed half-volley in off a post from outside the area.
Santander added a third when he sweetly connected with another Augustinsson corner, volleying high into the roof of the net.
From the last corner of the night, again taken by Augustinsson, Mathias Jørgensen headed in the fourth. It confirmed the hosts’ biggest UEFA Champions League victory.
Club Brugge had waited 11 years to grace the group stage again. This, however, is not what they expected. Beaten 3-0 on matchday one, they were subjected to a heavier defeat.
— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) September 27, 2016
The club fans were happy following the win that doomed FC Brugge.