Ghanaian versatile player, Kamal Sowah was in his element on Saturday afternoon against Belgium giant Club Brügge in the Belgium Pro League Match day 10.
The home team shot themselves in front on the 21st minute when Thomas Henry converted a spot kick to make it 1-0 for the newly promoted team before half way through the first half.
The visitors struck back in the dying embers of the pulsating first half encounter with a penalty of their own which dispatched with confidence from Noa Lang to restore parity going into the break.
The first half ended one goal apiece.
The host came from the break stronger and much more better than the first half and started making incursions towards the goal area of the away team everytime they had possession.
On the 57th minute of the match, Sowah provided a master class pass which found Xavier Mercier alone in the box and expertly found the bottom corner to put the host back in front.
At 2-1, both teams kept creating chances goal scoring opportunities but none could find the back of the net as they host held onto their one goal lead to secure a vital home win over the League Leaders.
The 20-year-old Ghanaian prodigy has been involved in seven goals in ten games this season in the Belgium top-flight scoring four with three assists to his credit.
Oud-Haverlee Leuven occupy the the fifth place with 18 points from ten matches.