Ghanaian forward, Bernard Tekpetey shined in the UEFA Champions League game against Greece giant Olympiacos on Tuesday evening in Greece.
The former Schalke 04 man played 82 minutes of the match before his place was taken by Brazilian Cicinha for the last eight minutes of the match.
In the dying stages of the first half, the Ghanaian international set up striker, Pieros Sitiriou but the striker failed to make good use of the chance as he fluffed his effort at goal.
After a goalless first 45 minutes of the match, the away team took the lead in the second half through Kiril Despodov’s brilliant free-kick on the 50th minute mark.
After Tekpetey was subbed off, Aguibou Camara snatched the equalizer for the Red and Whites to make the final score 1-1.
The two teams will face each other again for a place in the final playoffs game on next week Wednesday in Bulgaria.