Raphael Dwamena’s last-gasp goal completed Vejle Boldklub’s rescue mission against FC Kobenhavn in the Danish Superligaen on matchday three.
The Ghanaian forward scored at the death of time to help his side secured a draw on Sunday. The forward who joined the Danish side last month and promised to give his all, scored in the 92nd minute in their 2-2 draw with FC Kobenhavn.
The visitors went 0-2 up after 61 minutes of play through Peter Ankersen and 32-year-old Polish international Kamil Wilczek respectively.
After a minute later, 23-year-old Brazilian Allan Sousa pulled one back following a sweet dummy to beat his marker at the right side of attack and followed up with a striking shot at the far post.
Dwamena, 25, who is on-loan from Spanish side Levante replaced Wahid Faghir on the 64th minute and went ahead to score the equalizer on the 92nd minute through a free-kick.
Raphael Dwamena has made three appearances in the league, starting only one, scoring two and assisting one.