Ghanaian midfielder Godson Kyeremeh opened his goal account for Stade Malherbe Caen in the French Ligue 2 over the weekend.
The youngster netted a late winner to make sure his team secured an opening day victory over Nîmes on the road.
He was a second half substitute as he came on after the 78th minute mark to replace Samuel Essende with 12 minutes to the end of the match.
Deep into additional time period of the match, Kyeremeh found the back of the net from close range onto the center of the goal to snatch all three points for the visitors.
Kyeremeh who was born to Ghanaian parents in France is eligible to play for Ghana as well as the French national team.
He has a goal to his name in one appearance this season so far in the league.