Ghanaian winger, Joseph Paintsil scored twice in the Turkish Super Lig on Friday afternoon against League leaders Besiktas JK away from home.
The former Tema Youth player lasted the full 90 minutes of regulation time but was substituted and replaced by Sahverdi Cetin in the additional time period of the match.
Defender, Ante Kulusic scored twice at the wrong side of the pitch on the stroke of halftime and seven minutes after the break as his own-goals gave the Eagles a two-goal lead.
On the 65th minute mark, Paintsil converted from the spot following a penalty kick to reduce the deficit to one with over 25 minutes left to play.
The 23-year-old Ghanaian forward netted his second goal from the 12-yards inside 90 minutes to help the Blue and Yellows secure a famous and important point against leaders Besiktas JK which could proved very crucial in their relegation fight.
The KRC Genk man on loan at Ankaragucu has played 27 matches in the Turkish Super Lig and has scored nine goals in his first season in Turkey.