Ernest Nuamah, the promising Ghanaian forward, score a stunning hat-trick to lead FC Nordsjaelland to a remarkable comeback victory against Viborg in their first game of the new Danish Superliga campaign.
The match began slowly for the hosts, with Viborg taking the lead through a goal from Mads Söndergaard in the 10th minute. However, Nuamah proved to be the driving force behind FC Nordsjaelland’s resurgence.
In the 29th minute, the talented teenager skillfully equalized for FC Nordsjaelland, restoring balance to the game. He then further showcased his abilities by netting his second goal of the evening, brilliantly assisted by fellow Ghanaian teenager Ibrahim Osman, just before the first-half break.
Nuamah’s exceptional form continued into the second half, as he scored a sensational third goal from long range in the 59th minute. Guided by Nuamah’s brilliance, FC Nordsjaelland completed an impressive 4-1 comeback victory at the end of the 90 minutes.
This exceptional performance follows Nuamah’s outstanding form from the previous season, during which he scored 12 league goals and provided four assists.