Ghanaian youngster Ibrahim Osman made his Professional debut and first appearance for Nordsjaelland in a 4-2 win against Odense in the Denmark Superligaen on Friday evening.
The youngster started the game from the bench as Nordsjaelland scored through a brace from Wahid Fagir and a goal each from Ghanaian Ernest Nuamah and Emiliano Marcondes to win convincingly and extend their lead at the top of the league table.
Youngster Ibrahim Osman was rewarded with his professional debut and first appearance for the team, coming on in the 87th minute for compatriot Ernest Nuamah.
After the game, Nordsjaelland took to social media to congratulate the youngster who was only promoted to the team from Right to Dream Academy at the start of the year.
“A huge congratulations to Ibrahim Osman, who recently joined Farum as an U19 player from the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, but already made his first team debut in the final minutes of Friday’s 4-2 win over OB,” the post from Nordsjaelland on Facebook read.
Ibrahim Osman will hope to follow the footsteps of compatriots Mohammed Kudus, Kamaldeen Sulemana, Abdul Mumin, Maxwell Woledzi and so on.