‘Forgotten’ Ghanaian forward, Francis Narh sent a message to Ghana national team technical handlers as he bagged a brace to open his goal account for Slavia Mozyr in the Belarusian Premier League on Friday evening against Sputnik Rechitsa.
The former Tema Youth player has been playing for Mozyr for the past three years and has been one of the most important players for the Belarusian top-flight team.
Narh, before his brace today had gone seven games in the league without a goal but popped up at the crucial stage to help his side secure a vital away win to move out of relegation zone on match day eight in Belarus.
After a goalless first 45 minutes of the match, the forgotten Ghana striker, grabbed the game’s opening goal inside 57 minute to put the visitors 1-0 up and in a good position to win the game after dominating the opening exchanges.
Five minutes later, Narh was at the double as he scored the all important second goal of the match to steal all three points for Mozyr who moves to eight points after nine games to occupy the 11th place on the table.
The former Ghana U-20 star has two goals in the Belarusian Premier League this season after eight outings.