Daniel Agger was involved in an on-field row with his own goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in their international friendly match against Scotland.
Agger wrongly judges the pace of a ball when passing back the ball to his goalkeeper allowing Scotland’s Ritchie to chip in and scored the only goal of the match in the 8th minute.
Kasper Schmeichel was not really pleased with the way the ball has been played, and Daniel Agger did not want to take responsibility for his mistake. Both players were shouting at each other and ultimately calmed down to continue the game.
Scotland’s Shaun Maloney could have made it 2-0 but this time, Kasper Schmeichel was ready, and he tipped the 25-yard shot over the bar to prevent his team from going further behind.
Daniel Agger, former Livepool defender, also make amends for his mistake in the first half by putting in a great performance for the rest of the game. The player who played 9 seasons in the Premier League with Liverpool currently plays in the Danish league with Brondby. He was signed in January 2006 from Brondby and managed to make 232 appearances for the English sides. He was quite prolific as well for a defender and scored 14 goals for Liverpool.
During his time in England, he will manage to win the League Cup as well as the community shield. However, his relationship with the new Liverpool manager, Brendan Rogers deteriorated and the Danish skipper was reported as saying that there was too much distance between the manager and himself.
He ultimately left the Premier League side to return to his first club Brondby in 2014. So far he has made 33 appearances for Brondby while scoring two goals in the process.