Caltex Socceroos Mustafa Amini and Craig Goodwin both scored late goals to secure victories for their respective clubs on Saturday morning (AEST).
With AGF Aarhus and Odense locked at 1-1 in the 80th minute, Amini buried a superb strike into the top left corner of the goal to earn a 2-1 win and AGF’s fifth-straight victory in the Danish Superliga.
The 26-year-old was named Man of the Match as AGF moved into third spot on the ladder.
“(It was an) amazing goal. I’m very happy,” Amini told AGF TV.
“The main thing is we get the three points and that’s five (wins) in a row, so that’s perfect.
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“We had a tough start (to the season). A lot of people doubted us. David (the coach) told us to keep going and keep your head strong.”
He added: “It’s a lot of hard work from the team, from the coaching staff. It means everything to the fans; you can see they’re still singing.”
Fellow Australians Zac Duncan and Alex Gersbach both earned minutes in the match, with the former coming on for AGF in the 56th minute and the latter in the 85th minute.
Meanwhile, Craig Goodwin scored the winning goal for Al-Wehda in their 1-0 win over Al-Fayha in the Saudi Arabia Premier League.
The Caltex Socceroos attacker took full advantage of a cross directed to him at the back-post to give his side the lead in the 78th minute.
The three points saw Al-Wehda move up to sixth spot on the ladder.
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