Joachim Andersen switched in the summer from Italian Sampdoria to the French city of Lyon.
But klubskiftet he was Denmark's most expensive traded player for a sum of about 225 million dollars.
on Tuesday night he showed his worth, when he after three minutes pandede Lyon in front with 1-0 at home against Benfica in the Champions League. Lyon ended up winning the showdown 3-1.
- of course, I am really happy, and it was on top of that an incredibly important victory. Important goal that started it all.
- I think we played a really, really good first half, and I feel like I have been turned things around a little, says Joachim Andersen to TV2 Sport.
The Danish stopper has been a bit in and out of the team, but in the last three matches he started in Lyon, which has won all three - two of them in the French league.
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Now he hopes that Lyon can move on from the Champions League group, which also includes RB Leipzig and the Zenith.
- When we saw the group we came in, so it was our goal to progress from the group - that is, we are a good right now
- We can even determine that. So it is, as it should be. So it's just about doing our work now, in the last two matches, says Joachim Andersen for the tv station.
Meanwhile, he has played for Lyon he has been repeatedly selected for the Danish A-national team, and he set earlier in the autumn words in the predicate as Denmark's most expensive.
- It is a pat on the back, but it's not something I think about so much. It was something that the clubs were negotiating. It was not something I had influence on.
- However, it is a pat on the back, to a club bother to pay that kind of money for me. It also provides some quiet, that they have confidence in me, said Joachim Andersen to Ritzau.
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