English-born Ghanaian youngster Jesurum Rak-Sakyi, maintained his impressive form for Charlton Athletic in the English EFL League One on Saturday.
The promising attacker who joined the club on loan from Premier League side Crystal Palace, assisted the only consolation goal for his side in their 3:1 away loss to Bolton Wanderers.
Rak-Sakyi set up Scott Fraser to open scoring after just four minutes into the game but Conor Bradley pulled parity for the home side five minutes later.
In the 41st minute, Kieran Lee scored to give Charlton Athletic a 2:1 lead before George Johnston added the last goal in the 71st minute to give the home side an emphatic 3:1 victory.
Jerusan Rak-Sakyi has scored two goals and provided one assist in four matches so far for Charlton Athletic.
Meanwhile, Ghana’s first choice goalkeeper Jojo Wallocott was in post and lasted the full duration of the game.
Charlton: Wollacott; Clare, Lavelle, O’Connell, Clayden; Fraser, Dobson, Morgan (Blackett-Taylor 82); Rak-Sakyi, Stockley (c), Kirk (Leaburn 74)
Subs (not used): MacGillivray, Ness, Chin, McGrandles, Payne