Black Stars winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana hit the back of the net twice for FC Nordsjaelland in their narrow win over Randers FC in the Denmark Superliga championship playoffs games.
The 18-year-old versatile forward provided a masterclass performance in his side’s away victory to move above their opponents on the table after the big and impressive victory.
Nine minutes after Kickoff, Víctor Jensen opened the scoring in with a right footed effort which found the left bottom corner after he was nicely setup Andreas Schjelderup to put the Wild Tigers in the lead.
Magnus Anderson found the youngster, Sulemana inside the box with a beautiful pass to him at the center of the box which he confidently dispatched it into the bottom right corner following a calm strike to double the visitors advantage.
Three minutes later, the deficit was reduce to one by home team after Marvin Egho’s shot went straight to the net from inside the box to make it 2-1.
Sulemana scored the game’s fourth goal and his team’s third to make it 3-1 before both teams headed to the dressing room with his brace in the match with four minutes left to the end of the first 45 minutes.
Nine minutes from the first half break, Randers scored again to reduce the deficit to one through a close range strike from Vito Mistrati to make it 2-3 with over 30 minutes left to play on the clock.
Sulemana was subbed off ten minutes later and his place was taken by another Ghanaian youngster Ibrahim Sadiq who has been in a fine form in recent outing in the Yellow and Red outfit.
Victor Jensen finally got on the scorers sheet deservedly so to make it 4-2 to the visitors after putting in great display throughout the match on the 72nd mark.
Mistrati scored again three minutes to full to make it 3-4 to set up a nervy end to the well contested match inside 87 minutes but Randers could not find an equalizer as it ended 4-3 to Nordsjaelland.