SINGAPORE — Ikhsan Fandi, currently the only Singaporean footballer plying his trade in Europe, has scored on his full debut for Norwegian second tier outfit FK Jerv, reported The New Paper.
The 21-year-old soared highest to put away a glancing header from a corner for Jerv’s first goal, in their come-from-behind 4-2 win over his old club Raufoss IL on Saturday (10 October).
Ikshan, the second son of local legend Fandi Ahmad, made a deadline-day move from Raufoss last Monday. He then came on as a substitute in Jerv's 3-2 win over HamKam on Wednesday.
He played a total of 37 games for Raufoss over the course of a year, scoring six goals.
Meanwhile, it was bad news for his elder brother Irfan, 23, who dislocated his shoulder while turning out for Thai League side BG Pathum United in their 1-0 win over Buriram United.
The centreback is expected to be out of action for two months.
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