Ghanaian duo Mohammed Kudus and Isaac Atanga reportedly made history in Danish football when FC Nordsjælland beat Randers in the Superliga.
Kudus, Atanga and Mikkel Damsgaard scored for Nordsjaelland as the side went on to secure a well-fought 3-0 victory.
According to Ghanasoccernet, the goals were scored by teenagers who are born within 30 days of each other and this has reportedly never happened since the inception of Danish football.
Kudus who was handed his maiden debut for Ghana when they took on South Africa has managed to find the back of the net in every 158 minutes for his club; he has also secured a 88% pass accuracy, 85% long ball accuracy on 3.8 long balls/90, 77% successful dribbles and has been used as a false 9, 10 or 8.
Atanga, on the other hand, has featured in 17 league matches this season, scoring five goals and involving himself in three assists.
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