Ghanaian talent Benjamin Tetteh punished his former club Bohemians 1905 on Saturday as Sparta Prague went away to beat them 1-0 at the Dolicek Stadium.
Tetteh who previously featured for Bohemians netted the match winner in the 84th minute after replacing Libor Kozak just after the break.
The 6 feet 5 inches attacker was a constant threat to his former employers as they could not hold him down due to his surging runs and artistry.
The former Dreams FC and Standard Liege star netted with a neat flick inside the box with six minutes to go after a neat build involving Gabonese international Guelor Kanga and skipper Hlozek
Tetteh’s goal was initially ruled offside but after a VAR check, referee Zbynek Proske saw it was a clean goal and it stood.
He has netted eight league goals and provided six assists so far this season.