Andreas Skov Olsen was Sunday his first minutes on the pitch for Bologna after moving to the Italian Serie A club at the end of July.
The former FC Nordsjalland's top scorer came on the pitch in the 89. minute, since the Bologna out won 4-3 over Brescia, after having been behind in both the 0-2 and 1-3.
The Danish striker reached despite the short time on the pitch to make himself noticed by getting a yellow card in the match overtime.
Forest Olsen has seen Bologna's first two matches in Serie A from the bench and was also a spectator when the team met the AC Pisa in the Italian cup in mid-august.
With Sunday's victory jumps Bologna, at least for a little while up on the second place in the best Italian variety with seven points after three matches.
Turin with a victory Monday over Lecce overtake the Forest Olsen and co.
Bologna trailing 1-3 at the break in Sunday's match against Brescia. In the beginning of the second half had Brescia as a player out.
It kick-started The comeback, and a little over ten minutes later it was 3-3.
The decisive goal was scored by Riccardo Orsolini in the 80. minutes.
Later Sunday, downloaded AC Milan three points in the away game against Verona, as was Mariusz Stepinski expelled with a red card in the first half.
Krzysztof Piatek scored Milan's goal on a penalty kick in the second half, before the guest's Davide Calabria have had a direct red card in injury time.
After the defeat in the first round reached Milan with his second victory in a row, up six points.
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