Nigerian youngster Raphael Onyedika was impressive for FC Midtjylland of Denmark on Tuesday evening, as he played a vital role in their 1-1 away draw against Scottish Premier League giants Glasgow Celtic in the UEFA Champions League qualification.
The 20 years old was given a starting role by coach Henrikson, and he was able to help his team to claim a point away from home.
Onyedika started in FC Midtjylland's midfield alongside Brazilian star Evander and Mikael Anderson and the trio were exceptional.
Liel Abada opened scoring for Celtic football club in the 39th minutes to end the first half 1-0.
Brazil star Evander equalized for the away team in the 66th minutes, through a fine teamwork from Nigerian Onyedika to end the match in a 1-1 draw.
The Nigerian youth international was superb for his team in the entertaining encounter, and he was able to help them to secure an away draw.
The 1-1 draw against Glasgow Celtic football club has now given FC Midtjylland an advantage ahead of the return leg next week.
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