Sierra Leone-born striker Christian Moses was on target again in the Danish second-tier for Vendsyssel FF in their 2-0 win over FC Roskilde away from home on Saturday at the Roskilde stadium. (Photo credit Torben Hansen: Christian Moses is in great shape)
The victory means Vendsyssel FF continued in second place in the NordicBet League after seven games securing 14 points and two points adrift from league leaders Vejle.
On 50th minutes, Yao Dieudonne, who is an Ivorian footballer making his debut opened the scoring for the away team after a goalless first 45 minutes.
Christian Moses then made it 2-0 in extra time in a particularly entertaining game that offered plenty of chances.
Moses scored from a Lucas Jensen pass to registered his third of the season from seven matches in all competition.
“I’m happy with our start of the season. We have changed 15 out of 22 players in the squad, and at the same time the average age has gone from being around 30 to 23 years, so we’ve cut seven years down, says head coach Erik Rasmussen.
He added: “So after all, I’m happy we’re standing second position with 14 points for seven matches, it’s amazing and I’m really proud of the team.”
Vendsyssel next league outing will see them host Brabrand IF on Wednesday, September 6 at home.
NordicBet League FC Roskilde – Vendsyssel 0-2
50′ 0-1 Yao Dieudonne
90′ 0-2 Christian Moses
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