Ghana poster boy Kamaldeen Sulemana has described his performance against Lyngby in the Danish top-flight league on Monday night as the best so far for FC Nordsjælland.
The 18-year old attacking sensation was on target twice for his side in their 4-1 victory against Lyngby.
‘’It was my best performance in FC Nordsjælland so far. I got to express myself well and scored two good goals which helped the team to victory. With the help of the team, I did what I do best, he says as quoted by bold.dk after the game.
Manager Flemming Pedersen also praised the winger’s efforts in the second half against Lyngby, but the FCN coach was not satisfied with the Ghanaian’s first half, which the coach was told by the teenager during the break.
‘’His second half is probably the most mature game we have seen from him, in terms of when he should dribble and when he should step on the ball. There are still a lot of things that need to be improved.
‘’I was a little harsh with him during the break, but he just took it with him. He is so uncomplicated to work with and takes nothing personally, says Flemming Pedersen and adds:
‘’He got a ruffle because he was not in the box in the first half. I asked him if he would not score goals and it helped to make him think that now he should show him the old one there,’’ the FCN coach said with a smile.
‘’Yes, I would say that. At least that is by no means the plan. He has just started and everyone can see that he has huge potential, but there is still a lot he can build on.’’ Jan Laursen added.
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Kamaldeen Sulemana who was recently his debut Black Stars call-up for next month’s friendly against Mali in Turkey has a contract with FC Nordsjælland until the end of 2024.