Ghana’s attacker, Ropapa Kwamina Mensah was on the scoresheet for Pittsburgh Riverhounds in their 2-2 Saint Louis FC.
The former Inter Allies hitman opened the scoring in the first half after just 16 minutes of action to put the host ahead in the game.
Robbie Mertz made it two to the home team five minutes to the end of the first half before Kyle Greig’s 45th minutes consolation to make it 2-1 before the break.
12 minutes after the second half kicked off, Wal Fall notched the equalizer for the visitors to draw them level with over 30 minutes for both sides to find the winner.
The game ended 2-2 as Pittsburgh Riverhounds threw away a two goal lead to drop points at home to Saint Louis FC in the USL Championship.
The Ghana International striker lasted 86 minutes on the field and was taken of going into the closing stages of the match.
Ropapa, 22, has scored three goals and provided two assists in nine matches this season.