It was the Wild Tigers’ first league game in 2020 and they did that in grand style by strolling past the visitors in Farum’s Right to Dream Park.
Atanga opened the scoring after 10 minutes before Flemming Pedersen’s men put five more goals past goalkeeper Matej Delac.
Mikkel Damsgaard doubled the Wild Tigers’ advantage after 38 minutes thanks to an assist from Mikkel Rygaard.
In the second half, Damsgaard completed his brace from the penalty spot before Kudus, Oliver Antman and Malte Kiilerich’s own goal completed the destruction.
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Atanga, 19, has now scored six goals in the Danish top-flight this season, while his compatriot boasts eight so far.
Thanks to this win, Nordsjaelland moved to fifth in the log with 31 points after 21 outings. They host 10th place Sonderjyske in their next outing on Sunday.