Ghanaian attacker Emmanuel Toku has reacted to his team’s win in the Denmark Division One League over the weekend to go top of the league table.
He played his part for the club when they won at home to make it seven wins this out of 10 games so far this season.
The former Ghana youth star player came on as a second half substitute in his team’s victory over HB Koge to go three points clear on the league table.
He came to take the place of Merker Widell five minutes after the hour mark to play the last 25 minutes of the match for the Red and Whites outfit.
Widell scored the opening goal of the match to put the hosts 1-0 up late in the first 45 minutes with a 38th minute strike.
Lucas Andersen got the second goal for the home team inside the first minute of additional time period of the match to make the final score 2-0.