Ghanaian midfielder Godsway Donyoh scored a brace for FC Nordsjaelland in their thrilling 3-3 draw with Brondby in the Danish SupaLig on Sunday afternoon.
The spectators at the Right to Dream Park got full value for their money when the Wild Tigers opened the spring with a bang against Brøndby.
The hosts fetched the opening goal through Godsway Donyoh with just nine minutes on the clock.
But the visitors got back into the encounter on the 29th minute after referee Sandi Putros awarded them a penalty for a foul committed by Abdul Mumin. Besar Halini stepped up fire his shot into the roof of the net.
Mikael Uhre put Brondby ahead for the first in the game on the 55th minute after he was left unmarked by Nordsjaelland defenders.
FC Nordsjaelland kept pushing for the leveler until they secured it four minutes later through Andreas Skov Olsen's beautiful penalty strike.
The hosts regained their lead in the 67th minute courtesy Donyoh. The Ghanaian tapped in a close range cross from Mikkel Rygaard.
With the match looking like ending in a win for the hosts, Josip Radosevic buried an 85th penalty kick to rescue a point for his side.
Donyoh played 84 minutes while Abdul Mumin lasted the entire duration of the match.