Ghanaian forward Godsway Donyoh bagged a brace for FC Nordsjaelland in their thrilling 3-3 draw with Brondby in the Danish Supa Lig on Sunday afternoon.
The Ghanaian striker opened the scoring for the home side with just nine minutes into the game.
Besar Halini stepped forward to fire his shot into the roof of the net for the equalizer 20 minutes later from the spot.
Mikael Uhre put Brondby ahead ten minutes after the break after he was left unmarked by Nordsjaelland defenders.
FC Nordsjaelland kept pushing for the leveler until they secured it four minutes later through Andreas Skov Olsen’s beautiful penalty strike.
The Ghanaian shot the hosts back into the lead in the 67th minute courtesy with a beautiful finish but Josip Radosevic buried an 85th penalty kick to rescue a point for his side.
Donyoh played 84 minutes while Abdul Mumin lasted the entire duration of the match.