Ghanaian striker Kwasi Okyere Wriedt made his debut for Holstein Kiel in their 1-2 win against Jahn Regensburg over the weekend in the German Bundesliga 2.
The former Bayern Munich youth attacker played his first game for Holstein Kiel having joined them from Dutch Eredivisie side Willem II in the ongoing winter window transfer.
The 27-year old who has joined the Storks outfit until June 30 2025, replaced Austrian international Benedikt Pichler in the second half of the match and helped his out to snatch an important away victory.
Kwasi Okyere, made 40 caps for Willem II in the Dutch league, scoring twelve goals in the process.
Born in Hamburg, the prolific striker has previously had stints with St. Pauli FC, Luneburger SK and VfL Osnabruck.