Former Ghana U-17 star boy, Emmanuel Toku scored in Fremad Amager’s demolishing of Hvidovre at home on Sunday afternoon.
The gifted left-sided attacker netted the third goal of his team’s 4-0 drubbing of Hvidovre in a match where the Ghanaian was Unstoppable any time he had the ball at his swinging feet.
Nigeria’s Samson Iyede scored the game’s opening goal in the first half after nine minutes to help the host settle down well in the early stages of the match.
Pierre Larsen doubled the host’s advantage with a 45th minutes strike to make it 2-0 for the promotion chasers before the end of the first half.
The Blue and Whites continued from where the left off as they piled an excessive amount of pressure on the visitors.
The pressure finally paid off when the Ghanaian youngster danced his way out with a swift feet to score a similar goal as he did on the season opener against Vendsyssel FF to make it 3-0 for the host after 71 minutes.
Three minutes later, Kristoffer Munksgaard added the fourth goal to make it a 4-0 drubbing of Hvidovre in the Denmark Division One League.
Fremad Amager have recorded two wins from three games and sit at third place on the league log with six points.
Tuku has two goals and one assist in three games this season for the Blue and Whites as they push for promotion this campaign.
The Ghana International is on the list of many foreign players who are lined up by Ghana U-20 coach Karim Zito for a call up for the qualifiers of the FIFA Youth tournament.