The Finland international found the back of the net in a comfortable win.
The UEFA Europa League qualification process got under way last night, with West Ham one of the teams in action.
While they comfortably picked up a 3-0 win against Andorran side Lusitans many would have expected more goals from the Premier League side considering the standard of their opponents.
Meanwhile, in Copenhagen, Brondby did live up to expectations in their match.
They thrashed San Marino side AC Juvenes/Dogana 9-0, with a former Celtic player getting in on the scoring.
The player in question was of course Teemu Pukki, in what was his first game as a fully-fledged Brodnby player.
Pukki, who joined Celtic from Schalke 04 in 2013, spent last season on loan at the Danish powerhouse – scoring 10 goals in 29 appearances for the club.
Now he has one in one for the new season, after scoring the fourth goal in a game which also saw former Bolton Wanderers striker Johan Elmander bag a brace.
His goal was far from difficult. He picked up on a rebound after a good save from the Juvenes/Dogana keeper, took a touch, and slotted the ball home.
He will be hoping to continue his scoring form in Denmark, to prove Celtic wrong for letting him go.