Odds BK showed at Tallaght Stadium last night why it is so important to make the most of any chances that a team gets at this level of European football.
Shamrock Rovers had the best of the goal chances in a largely uneventful first-half in their Europa League tie against the Norwegian side and Mikey Drennan was a whisker away from goal after forcing one under their keeper in the second-half.
Alas the Dubliners were undone by a dodgy penalty and a moment's lapse of concentration defending a corner and now look down and out ahead of the second leg in Scandinavia next week.
The penalty was won in the second-half when Fredrik Nordkvelle appeared to go down in a very theatrical manner under pressure from Conor Kenna.
Manager Pat Fenlon and full-back Simon Madden felt it was a dubious decision
Fenlon was more disappointed due to the fact that, goals aside, his team did perform well and those were sentiments echoed by full back Simon Madden who spoke to 98FM Sport's Stephen Doyle after the match