Ghanaian sensational teen, Kamaldeen Sulemana played for the first time for French Ligue 1 side Stade Rennais FC on Wednesday evening against Spanish side CF Getafe.
Sulemana was brought on with 20 minutes left on the clock to play as his side was down by 2-1 against the La Liga outfit.
Upon his arrival on the field, Sulemana spent no time to get into action as he drew a foul from Dakonan with his first involvement and the Getafe player was Yellow-carded for a bad foul on the Ghana International.
Getafe scored in both halves as they beat the Stade Rennais 2-1 to hand Kamaldeen Sulemana a defeat on his unofficial debut for the Red and Blacks team from France.
The 19-year-old Ghanaian versatile forward played 20 minutes of the match but needed no time to show his capabilities with some swift movement whenever in possession of the ball.
The young Ghanaian joined the French outfit on a five-year deal from Danish Superliga team FC Nordsjaelland despite interest from UEFA Champions League clubs like Manchester United, Liverpool FC and AFC Ajax Amsterdam.