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Ghanaian winger Fredrick Opoku Yamoah got off to a flying start in Denmark as he helped HB Køge register a win on his debut.
After scoring for HB Køge in the Danish Cup match, the former Inter Allies winger made his league debut in the Danish Lowe tier division.
HB Køge were 3-0 winners over Silkeborg at the JYSK Park in Silkeborg to register a hundred percent record in this season’s campaign.
The 20-year-old winger replaced Jakob Johansson in the 75th minute where he played excellently well in the last fifteen minutes of the game.
Martin Koch Helsted opened the scoring for the away side on the half-hour mark and left for recess with the slender lead.
Jakob Johansson got the cushion in the 52nd minute before Ricki Olsen placed the icing on the cake just four minutes later.
Køge are still on top of the league table with three wins from three games with nine points.
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