Nordsjaelland assistant coach, Michael Essien has praised his boys for making history on the first ever European home game at the Right to Dream Park.
The Danish side beat Ludogorets Razgrad 7-1 on Thursday night in the UEFA Europa Conference League in dominant fashion to mark hosting a game in Europe for the first time.
After the game, Michael took social media to praise his boys for showing up and making history, saying that they will always be respectful and work hard for results.
“The first ever European game at Right to Dream Park last night, and the boys really turned up to make history. Well done Muchachos. We stay humble and respectful and keep working hard. Vamos.”
Nordsjaelland scored four first half goals to go into the break, leading by four goals to one before adding three in the second half to conclude the game.
Ghana forward Ibrahim Osman was also on the score sheet for the homes side, adding the second goal after pouncing on a goalkeeping error.