Jordan Larsson returned to score a tap-in in NEC Nijmegen‘s 6-0 win over Dordrecht last night.
The Swedish striker hasn’t been getting much game time of late, with manager Adrie Bogers preferring to go with other options in attack.
But he got a start in last night’s game in the Dutch second division and marked his return to the starting XI with a goal inside one minute.
Larsson will always earn comparisons to his famous dad Henrik, who is well known to Celtic supporters in particular, and his father would have been proud of the way he finished this goal:
NEC went on to win the game 6-0, with Larsson playing the full 90 minutes in the victory.
They’re now sitting top of the Eerste Divisie, four points above Ajax II after 16 games and looking like serious promotion candidates to the Eredivisie come the end of the season.
As for Larsson, it’s his third goal of the season and he’ll be looking to get plenty more over the coming months.