Fourth debut for Ghanaian forward Ransford Konigsdorffer who recently switched nationality from German came with a heroic moment as he scored to inspire Hamburger SV in their fourth league encounter on a 2-0 score-line.
The highly rated forward who joined the Bundesliga II outfit earlier in the summer from lower-tier SG Dynamo Dresden relieved his new side from unsuccessful attempts to beat Arminia Bielefeld in three and half years.
Earned his fourth start on the right wing one of his preferred position, the 20-year-old was Hamburger SV's shinning knight, although missed a couple of scoring opportunities - place them in the lead before halftime in a perfect powerful finish inside the box before teammate Laszlo Benes doubling up in the second half to finalised the score-line.
Rated 7.0 after according to sofascore statistics at the end of the match, Konigsdorffer had 4 shots on goal, 70.8% pass accuracy, 2 dribble attempts out of 4, 7 won ground duels out of 12, and 3 received fouls.
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