Ghana forward Samuel Tetteh was on target for LASK Linz in their heavy home win over Hartberg on Sunday.
The former U-20 forward netted his fifth league goal of this season for LASK Linz.
Hartberg opened the scoring first with a goal from Christian Klem six minutes into the game.
Joao Klauss and Peter Michorl scored in the 51st and 59th minutes respectively to turn the game around for the home team.
Klauss made it 3-1 to the home side in the 61st minute before the Ghanaian international scored to his side a 4-1 lead with just 10 minutes to stoppage time.
Klauss completed his hat-trick on the 8th of minutes, making sure the Austrian Bundesliga leaders take full advantage of their one-man advantage.
Tetteh, 23, has so far netted five goals in 18 league matches with two assists to his credit.