Ghanaian teen sensation Kamaldeen Sulemana hits the back of the net twice for FC Nordsjaelland in their 4-1 comeback win over Lyngby BK on Monday evening.
The Ghana youngster set to make his senior debut for the Black Stars against Mali next month in a friendly inspired his team to beat their opponents at the Right to Dream Park.
Kasper Jorgensen scored on the 43rd minutes to break the hearts of the home team in front of the home supporters to put newly promoted team Lyngby in front two minutes to the break.
Ultik Yttergard Jenssen struck five minutes from the recess to level matters for the host on the 50th-minute mark after he was set up by Martin Frese.
Four minutes after the equalizer, Kamaldeen Sulemana slotted home the second goal for the host from the center of the box into the bottom right corner to complete the turnaround for the Tigers.
Fifteen minutes from full time, the Yellow and Reds struck again when Magnus Andersen connected a pass from Mikkel Rygaard Jensen’s with his right foot from the center of the goal area straight into the center of the goal to make it 3-1.
On the 79th minutes, which is four minutes after the third, Kamaldeen got his second goal in the game and his team’s fourth to put the game beyond the reach of the visitors and this time getting an assist from Mohammed Diomande.
The game finished 4-1 to the Tigers as they cruised to a comfortable first win of the season in the Denmark Superliga.
The 18-year-old versatile winger has bagged three goals in three games for Nordsjaelland this season with one assist so far.
Kamaldeen is likely to feature for Ghana for the first time against Mali in October.