Youngster John Yeboah was on target for Willem II against Heracles on Sunday afternoon in the Dutch Eredivisie second round of matches.
The Ghanaian forward, Yeboah made the most of his debut game for Dutch Eredivisie side Willem II against Heracles on Sunday as he climbed the bench to score his first goal for the club.
After a goalless first half, Evangelos Pavlidis scored the game’s opening goal few seconds into the second half to put the host 1-0 up to set them up on a remarkable second-half display.
Görkem Saglam made it 2-0 to the home team before setting up a substitute, Yeboah to slot home the third goal for the host two minutes later after the second was scored to register his first goal of the campaign.
Six minutes from full time, Pavlidis scored his second goal in the match and the fourth for Willem II as they thrashed Heracles 4-0 in their first home game of the season.
The 20-year-old joined the Dutch Eredivisie team on a three-year deal from Germany team VFL Wolfsburg and has a goal in his first outing of the season to begin his stay with the club with some blistering performance.