Wolves goalkeeper Andreas Sondergaard is on loan with Randers, in his native Denmark.
The 20-year-old has had to be patient and wait for his debut, but he finally got his opportunity yesterday.
Randers travelled to face Middelfart in the DBU Pokalen – the Danish Cup – and won 4-0.
Sondergaard started between the sticks and kept a clean sheet in his first appearance.
Sondergaard’s loan spell only runs until the end of December, so he was running out of time somewhat to make his debut.
He took to Instagram after the game to share his delight about the result and getting the chance to play.
As per the Athletic, Wolves toyed with the idea of sending Sondergaard to the sixth tier of English football, with Hemel Hempstead.
But Wolves thought it would be better for him to spend some time battling to be number one at senior level.
Randers are in the UEFA Conference League, which offers an idea of the standard they are playing at.
Sondergaard will hope for more appearances, even if they do come in the cup, before his loan ends at the close of the year.
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