Former Feyenoord forward, Elvis Manu came from the bench to score in Ludogorets Razgrad’s win over Montana on Sunday evening.
The Ghanaian attacker scored his side’s second goal of the match to propel them to victory after going a down very early in the game.
Toni Tasev’s strike in the 2nd minute gave the hosts an early lead before Higinio Marin equalised for the Bulgarian First Professional League champions on the 10th minute mark.
Marín was later substituted from the match ten minutes after his goal due to an injury and was replaced with Ghana’s Elvis Manu.
Manu after coming on to replace the goal scorer got his name on the score sheet for the Green Eagles as they came from behind to be in a 2-1 lead early in the second half.
Dominik Yankov gave the away team a 3-1 lead when he found the back of the net four minutes to full time.
Ludogorets win takes them to 2nd place on the league table and just two points behind leaders Lokomotiv Plovdiv with one match in hand.
Manu has two goals in six games for the Bulgarian giants since his summer move with one assist so far.