SB 3.19.2

tataḥ sapatnaṁ mukhataś
 carantam akuto-bhayam
jaghānotpatya gadayā
 hanāv asuram akṣajaḥ
Synonyms: 
tataḥ — then; sapatnam — enemy; mukhataḥ — in front of Him; carantam — stalking; akutaḥ-bhayam — fearlessly; jaghāna — struck; utpatya — after springing up; gadayā — with His mace; hanau — at the chin; asuram — the demon; akṣa-jaḥ — the Lord, who was born from the nostril of Brahmā.
Translation: 
The Lord, who had appeared from the nostril of Brahmā, sprang and aimed His mace at the chin of His enemy, the Hiraṇyākṣa demon, who was stalking fearlessly before Him.