Sensational Ghanaian teenager Kwadwo Baah was on target twice for Rochdale AFC in their 4-4 away stalemate against Charlton Athletic on Tuesday night in the English league 1 at The Valley, Charlton.
Matthew Lund opened the scoring for Rochdale after 12 minutes into the game before the Ghanaian forward doubled their lead in the 21st minute-mark of the game.
Chuks Aneke, however, pulled one back for Charlton Athletic two minutes later.
Baah picked a ball up on the left flank, dribbled past his man and showed strength to get into the area, before slotting home to the far post from a tight angle in the 31st minute to register his second goal in the game, giving his side a 3-1 lead.
Charlton after pulling one back kept pushing and reduced their tally to 3-2 in the 37th minute courtesy of Jake Forster-Caskey but Stephen Humphrys struck in the 42nd minute to give the visitors a commanding 4-2 lead after the break.
Back from recess, the hosts looked the better side and started mounting pressure on the visiting team with Chuks Aneke finding the back of the net in the 65th minute to change the scoreline to 3-4.
Three minutes later Ronnie Schwartz scored to level things up for Charlton when he was set up by Chuks Aneke.
Baah despite netting brace in the game, was subbed for Stephen Dooley in the 66th minute.
Meanwhile, Jason Pearce was sent off in the 88th minute after being booked twice for unsporting behavior.