Budding talented centre-back Maxwell Woledzi received the first red card of his career while Kamaldeen Sulemana assisted for FC Nordsjaelland in their last home match of the season in the Danish Superliga against Randers FC on Wednesday.
FC Nordsjaelland recorded a narrow 2-1 home victory over Randers FC at the Right to Dream Park.
In the first minute of the action-packed encounter, the talented Kamaldeen Sulemana displayed impressive skill as he set-up Tochi Chukwuani to score to shoot FC Nordsjaelland into the lead.
Although Mathias Greve would equalize to draw level for the side in the 13th minute, Magnus Kofod Andersen scored three minutes later to restore the lead for the home team.
Woledzi was sent off in the 53rd minute after receiving a straight red card while in action for FC Nordsjaelland Wednesday’s encounter.
Randers FC had an opportunity to extend their lead on the 61st-minute mark but Vito Mistrati saw his penalty saved by the FC Nordsjaelland goalkeeper.
With both teams going at each other from there on, teenage sensation Kamaldeen Sulemana excelled with his direct attacking play.
Kamal-Deen lasted till the 61st minute while teenager Abu Francis earned minutes in the second half as a substitute.
Kamaldeen Sulemana, 19, is on the radar of not only Manchester United, but Bayern Munich, as well as Ajax.
The exciting forward has scored 10 goals this season in the Danish Superliga and also has Five assists after making 28 appearances for FC Nordsjaelland.