Ghanaian central-midfielder, Bismark Adjei-Boateng was at his best in the Finnish top-flight on Wednesday evening for KuPs in their home win over RoPS.
The nimble-footed Ghanaian football lasted the whole 90 minutes on the field as he helped his team to beat their opponents by 3-0 Savon Sanomat Areena.
The host broke the deadlock of the match after 30 minutes when center-forward Rangel powered home from close range to put the host 1-0 up.
Three minutes later, Usmani Sale added the second goal for the home team to make sure they return to the dressing room on top with two goals advantage.
Five minutes before the final whistle, substitute Aniekpeno Udoh from Nigerian made the points safe for the host as he scored the third goal on the day to make it 3-0.
Ghana’s Adjei-Boateng was at the heart of the middle of the field allowing his teammates to push forward throughout the 90 minutes which saw KuPs cruise to a heavy win at home.
The 26-year-old midfielder has made 11 appearances out of 13 league games this campaign for the Black and Yellows with one assist to his name.
KuPs remain second on the league log with 28 points from 13 games and trail leaders HJK Helsinki by two points.