Nigerian striker, Tosin Kehinde, provided two assists in a single game for the first time in his career as his club Randers defeated Horsens 3-0.
It was also the first he was getting directly involved in two goals in a single game in his career.
The 22-year-old was groomed in the academy of Manchester United, representing them at Under-19 and Under-23 levels before moving to Randers FC last season.
Here his skill set was nurtured in the Randers reserves before getting promoted to the first team this season.
The young star assisted Mathias Greves and Alhaji Kamara for the first and third goal before getting withdrawn in the 69th minute following an injury.
He has turned out to be a decisive playmaker, supplying 4 assists in 6 starts. Against Horsens, he created 5 chances, the most in the game, also completing a game high 5 take-ons.
Although yet to score his first senior goal, he now sits second in the league assist rankings having played a considerable amount of games less.
Although eligible to represent England, Kehinde has pledged his national allegiance to the Super Eagles.