Ghana international Ernest Agyiri registered his first goal for Randers Football Club in their Danish Cup win over B 93 Kopenhagen on Wednesday night.
The 26-year-old was given a starting berth on the evening as Randers looked to progress from the third round of the cup competition.
Jeppe Erenbjerg gave Kopenhagen the lead inside the first minute of the encounter but Agyiri came to the rescue of the away18 minutes later, scoring the equalising goal.
The goal was also the Agyiri’s first for the club since joining them during the summer transfer window from Levadia Tallinn.
Kopenhagen scored twice before the break to make it 3-1 but Randers also scored twice in the second period of the fixture to take the game to extra time, where they took the lead.
Agyiri was taken off in the 63rd minute after his team drew level.
The game ended 4-4 in extra time with Randers going on to win on penalties to advance to the next stage of the competition.
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