Ghanaian forward, Daniel Kofi Kyere scored a brace for his new club St. Pauli on Monday at VFL Bochum.
The former SV Wehen marksman scored two quick late goals to help his team comeback from two goals down to secure a vital away point at the jaws of defeat.
Robert Zulj broke the deadlock of the match on the 29th minutes of the match to put the host 1-0 up.
14 minutes from full time, Simon Zoller doubled the host’s advantage by grabbing the second goal on the 76th minute to make it 2-0 to the host who at the time were not far from opening day victory.
On the 84th minutes of the match, Kyere reduced the deficit for the visitors after he struck from the center of the goal area with his right foot to make it 2-1 with six minutes left to play.
Two minutes later, Lukas Daschner provided a deft touch to set up the Ghanaian in the 18-yard box to power home the equalizer this time with his left foot into the bottom left corner to restore parity for the away team.
The match ended 2-2 as both sides settled for a point each after a pulsating encounter.
The 24-year-old Ghanaian has two goals in a match for St. Pauli in the Bundesliga 2 after first round of fixtures.