Ghanaian forward Daniel Lomotey scored his second league goal for Algerian giant Entente Sportive Sétifienne against Jeunesse Sportive Madinet Skikda on Saturday night.
The former West African Football Academy (WAFA) SC graduate lasted 76 minutes on the field before he was substituted and replaced with Bilbay Ayman.
Akram Djahnit broke the deadlock of the match to put the hosts 1-0 up with the last kick of the opening half.
Thirteen minutes into the second half after ending the first half with their noses in front, Lomotey added the second goal which was enough to secure the Black and Whites Eagles a deserving 2-0 win at home in the Algeria Ligue 1.
With a game left to play to draw the curtains down in the 2020-21 Algeria top-flight season, ES Sétifienne have booked a place in the 2021-22 CAF Champions League competition.
Lomotey took to his Instagram account to express delight after hit the Back of the net in his team’s victory.
The 22-year-old has played nine times in the league for Setif since his move to the club from WAFA and has two goals in the Ligue 1 to his name