Ishaku Konda scored the first ever goal for Estonia side Paide Linnameeskond on Saturday evening in the new UEFA competition, Conference League.
The new competition introduced by UEFA gives the unknown and smaller teams across Europe to compete for honors as it kicked off this Thursday with the qualification matches.
Former Asokwa Deportivo SC captain, Ishaku Konda is the first player to score for the Mauves and Reds team in their first ever European club competition.
After a goalless first 45 minutes of the match, Fabian Piasecki scored the opening goal of the match after 67 minutes to put the visitors 1-0 up.
Thirteen minutes to the end of the game, Ishaku Konda grabbed the equalizer for the home team with a powerful finish to set up a frenetic ending to the match.
A minute to full time in Parnu in Estonia, Mark Tamas broke the hearts of the home team with a late winner for the away team.
The 21-year-old former Ghana U20 captain and his team still has a chance to qualify to the next round if they pull out a surprise in Poland against Slask Wroclaw.