Ghanaian midfielder, Moritz Broni-Kwateng scored a brace for Hamburg SV II on Wednesday against Eintracht Norderstedt.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder netted his first and second goals of the season as his team threw away a 2-1 lead in the closing stages of the match to lose 2-3.
Broni-Kwateng broke the deadlock of the match after seven minutes of action to put the visitors in front.
Dylan Williams pecked the visitors back when he netted the equalizing goal for the host six minutes after falling behind.
14 minutes to full time, the Ghanaian player scored his personal second goal and his team’s second on the evening to restore their one-goal advantage.
Evans Nyarko and Jan Lüneburg scored two goals in the space of four minutes to change the complexion of the match completely with eight minutes left.
The home team held on to secure a hard-fought narrow win at home over a difficult to crack Hamburg side.
Broni-Kwateng has two goals from four games in the Germany Regionalliga North Group.