Ghanaian midfielder, Leonard Owusu was in full flight for Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the MLS against Los Angeles FC on Wednesday evening.
The former Dreams FC playmaker played full throttle for his team as they beat LAFC 2-1 at home in the Major League Soccer in America.
Lucas Daniel Cavallini opened the scoring in the first half after 30 minutes to make sure the host returned to the dressing room in the lead.
After the break, Cavallini scored again in the 59th minutes to put the home team 2-0 up with a little over 30 minutes left to play.
Eduard Atuesta scored a consolation for Los Angeles FC from the penalty spot in the 83rd minutes to make the score 2-1.
Owusu, 23, enjoyed 90 minutes of the match and provided a good shift in the game to help his side secure a narrow win at home.
The combative and stylish midfield-gem had two shots on target, gave 25 accurate passes and completed and 83% of his attempted passess.
Owusu was in the thick of affairs for Vancouver Whitecaps in the middle of the field and controlled the game with his passing abilities and game reading techniques.
The former Dreams FC man has picked one assist in 13 games this campaign in the American top-flight.