Nigerian youngster Raphael Onyedika was exceptional for FC Midtjylland of Denmark on Friday evening, as he guided them to a remarkable 2-0 home League victory over FC Nordsjaelland to move to the top spot of the Danish Superliga table.
The 20 years old was given a starting role by Brazilian coach Marrony and he was able to play a vital role in his team's deserved victory.
Raphael Onyedika started in the home team's midfield alongside Evander and the duo were exceptional for the host.
Both teams efforts to open scoring in the first half of the game were not successful, as the first half ended goalless.
Denmark national team star Gustav Isaksen opened scoring for the home team in the 47th minutes through a fine teamwork from Nigerian Raphael Onyedika and Junior Brumado, and Victor Lind doubled the lead in the 77th minutes to end the match 2-0.
Raphael Onyedika was outstanding for the home team in the entertaining encounter, and he was able to guide them to a deserved victory.
The victory over FC Nordsjaelland has now taken FC Midtjylland to the top spot of the Danish Superliga table with 18 points from 8 matches played.
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