Ghanaian midfielder David Mawutor played his first League game for Wisła Kraków as they defeated Wisla Plock 3-1 on Friday in the Polish top-flight league.
Mawutor, 28, was introduced into the game in the 72nd minute to replace Chuka at Stadion Kazimierz Gorski.
The centre back-cum-defensive midfield moved to Eastern Europe to join his countryman Yaw Yeboah at Wisła Kraków after leaving Zhetysu Taldykorgan in Tajikistan.
Damian Rasak opened the scoring in the 67th minute for the hosts before Rafal Boguski pulled parity in the 82nd-minute mark of the game.
Uros Radakovic extended the visitors’ lead to 2-1 in the 85th minute with Rafal Boguski hitting the back of the net in 90+7 to seal an important 3-1 away win for Wisła Kraków.
The midfielder supported his colleagues defensively and successfully smashed the attacks of Płock, which is best evidenced by his post-match statistics.
The Ghanaian international won five out of eight tackles and showed a 75% effectiveness in picking up the ball.
Mawutor would be hoping to get a starting role when his side next play Górnik Zabrze on Friday.