Ghana goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey made his competitive debut for Brondby in their 4-1 win over BK Marienlyst to progress to the quarter-finals of the Danish Cup on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old played full throttle as the giants eased past the lower division side.
Brondby coach Alexander Zorniger opted to start the Ghanaian for the first time since he joined the side.
Brondy raced into a four goal lead in the second half courtesy Rodolph Austin, Svenn Crone, Kamil Wilczek and Zsolt Kalmar before Esben Petersen grabbed the consolation.
The Danish giants will know its quarter-final opponents on March 17 when the draw is held.
By: Rahman Osman/Citifmonline.com/Ghana