Hot cake, Kamaldeen Sulemana was on with yet another impressive outing for Nordsjaelland in their 2-1 home win over Randers FC in the Austrian top flight.
The 19-year-old set up Danish striker of Nigerian descent, Tochi Chukwuani for the opening goal of their game with just a minute played at the Right to Dream Park.
Their lead was however short lived when Randers FC drew level on the 13th minute from the boot of Mathias Greve.
The home side raised their game just after the visitor’s equalizer.
Nordsjaelland went into the lead once again on the 16th minute through Kofod Andersen.
The visitors were handed an opportunity to draw level the second time but Hammershoej-Misrati wasted a penalty on the 61st minute.
Fellow Ghanaians Abu Francis joined the action in the 61st minute for Andreas Schjelderup with Maxwell Woledzi receiving a red card on the 53rd minute.
Kamaldeen has played 28 games this season, scoring 10 times and providing five assists in the process.
He lasted 61 minutes on the pitch before he was replaced by Emeka Nnamani.
Sulemana who joined Nordsjaelland last year, has appeared on the wish list of several European clubs.
Notable among the clubs are Manchester United and Dutch giants, AFC Ajax with reports indicating that the Red Devils are leading the race to sign him.