Youngster Ibrahim Osman scored is maiden goal in a competitive game for FC Nordjaelland in a 3-1 away win against Aarhus on Monday evening.
Heading into the game at the back of a 4-1 win against Viborg FF in the first game of the season, Nordsjaelland went ahead in the 35th minute through Benjamin Nygren, finishing off a pass from Mohammed Diomande.
The lead lasted for just 6 minute as Aarhus pulled parity in the 41st minute to ensure the game went into the recess level. Nicolai Poulsen put the ball at the back of the net after a melee in the box.
Nordjaelland regain the lead in the 51st minute. Youngster Ibrahim Osman announced his arrival with a smart finish from a Benjamin Nygren lay off, his first career goal and first goal for the club since arriving from Right to Dream earlier this year.
In the 68th minute, Ibrahim Osman was replaced by Oliver Antman as Nordsjaelland scored their third goal in the 86th minute to wrap up the win. Marcus Ingvartsen scored from a spot-kick.
Meanwhile, Compatriot Ernest Nuamah, who’s was a scorer of three goals in the first game against Viborg started the game from the bench and came on in the 68th minute.
Watch video of the goal below: