Ghanaian teenage sensation Mohammed Kudus produced a fine performance for FC Nordsjaelland while scoring a goal in the side's 2-1 away win to Esbjerg on matchday 23, Ghanasoccernet reported.
The youngster calmly slotted the ball past the opponent’s goalkeeper to equalize for his side in the 19th minute after being put clean through by teammate Mikkel Damsgaard.
FCN eventually got a second goal before the climax of the first half and held on to win the game and claim maximum points.
Kudus has been nothing short of exception for the Danish outfit this season; scoring nine goals from 18 league matches and counting.
His consistent displays earned him first Ghana national team call up where he repaid the coach's faith and scored against South Africa on his debut.
The 19-year-old is in contention to be called up again and this time under CK Akonnor ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.