Ghanaian forward Malik Abubakari was on target for Slovan Bratislava when they defeated MFK Skalica on Wednesday in the Slovak Cup semi-final first leg.
Abubabur, 22, netted the opening goal for Slovan at the Tehelne pole Stadium Bratislava in the 19th minute of the game.
The Ghanaian young attacker rose highest to head home a cross from midfielder Jaromir Zmrhal to give the hosts the lead.
Defender Adam Morong scored six minutes from the halftime break to draw the Skalica levelled.
Abubakari, was, however, substituted in the 64th minute after he was replaced by former Manchester City winger Vladimir Weiss.
Weiss got the match-winner for Slovan in the 88th minute after converting a penalty kick, which he won himself.
Former Ghana Premier League forward Sharani Zuberu started the match for Slovan. He was replaced by English midfielder Andre Green at the start of the second half.
Slovan lead the semifinal tie with a 2-1 advantage with the second leg set for the next week.
Abubakari, who is on loan from Swedish club Malmo FF, has now scored two goals in three games in the Slovak Cup. He has two goals in 8 appearances in the league as well.