Ghana youth midfielder Kudus Mohammed climbed off the bench to score for FC Nordsjaelland as they came from behind to draw 3-3 with FC Midtjylland in the Danish SuperLig on Monday.
FC Midtjylland were hoping to add the Wild Tigers to their prey at the MHC Arena after recording 10 straight home victories.
Brighton Hove and Albion-target Andreas Skov Olsen kept the home crowd mute after putting FC Nordsjaelland in front in the 6th minute from the spot.
Mads Døhr Thychosen however, drew his side level in the 14th minute.
The in-form Skov Olsen restored the Wild Tigers lead in the 34th minute.
Kudus Mohammed replaced Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh at half time to mark his first appearance for the side in the second stanza of the campaign due to his involvement in the Ghana U20 set-up that performed abysmally at the 2019 Africa Youth Championship in Niger.
The Ghana U20 midfielder quickly made his presence felt on the pitch after scoring on the 57th minute mark.
FC Nordsjaelland thought they had clinched all three points but 71st and 73rd minute gaols respectively from Brazilian import Evander salvaged a point for FC Midtjylland.
Ghanaian youngster Abdul Mumin who lasted full duration of the FC Nordsjaelland was however booked for exhibiting unsporting behaviour.