Former Ghana U-20 striker Benjamin Tetteh continued his impressive form with Sparta Prague as his double on Monday night helped them secure a 4-1 win over FK Mlada Boleslav.
The former Dreams FC forward was a threat to the defence of Mlada Boleslav who struggled to stop him from scoring in their 4-1 win.
Matej Pulkrab opened the scoring for Sparta Prague in the 19th minute before Tetteh made it two sixty seconds later.
Tetteh scored his second and the home sides third in the 37th minute.
The Czech giants completed the riot with a fourth in the 64th minute after Guelor Kanga converted from the spot.
The Ghanaian forward was replaced in the 69th minute after another Man of the Match performance.
Mlada Boleslav pulled one back late in the game through striker Lukas Hulka.
Tetteh has has now registered 9 goals in 13 league appearances for Sparta and has been their best player so far this season.