- Mohamed Daramy capped an impressive debut for Denmark U19 side with the winning goal over their German counterparts on Thursday 3 September 2020.
- Playing for the first time as a Danish national, the FC Copenhagen striker winner came in the 69th minute after substitute Oliver Sorensen Jensen had levelled the scoreline in the 65th minute.
The host side took the lead in the third-minute through Jamie Leweling in a competitive friendly at the Edmund-Plambeck Stadium in Norderstedt in Germany.
The young attacker has waited a long time for his chance in Danish colours as the dream came true for FC Copenhagen’s 18-year-old sensation.
Daramy, hailing from Sierra Leonean parents was congratulated by his club FC Copenhagen on their Facebook page. “Congratulations to Daramy on the victory and goal in his debut for the Danish national team.”
In October for the Elite Round of the 2019/20 UEFA European Under-19 Championship, Daramy will have another chance to play for Denmark when they will host one of the groups.
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Tillykke til Daramy med sejren og målet i sin debut for det danske U19-landshold! ????
Slået op af F.C. København i Torsdag den 3. september 2020
U19-herrelandsholdet (årgang '01) slår Tyskland efter at have vendt 0-1 til 2-1??????
Malthe Højholt udlignede midt i 2. halvleg – og Mohamed Daramy blev matchvinder i sin første optræden #ForDanmark ?
Godt gået, drenge!
?: @fbbillederdk pic.twitter.com/ypRJGiFaMQ
— Fodboldlandsholdene ?? (@dbulandshold) September 3, 2020