Dutch striker of Ghanaian descent Myron Boadu scored late to secure a point for AS Monaco on Friday night away against Nantes in the French Ligue 1.
Boadu made instant impact when he scored in the 85th minute, less than a minute after coming on as substitute to replace Soungoutou Magassa.
Myron Boadu’s goal ensured that Monaco left Stade de la Beaujoire with a point as the game ended 3:3 after regulation time.
Egyptian striker Mohamed Ahmed Abdallah scored in the 5th minute of the game from the spot Jean Charles Castelletto scored ten minutes later to give Nantes a 2-0 lead.
In the 27th minute, Japanese striker Takumi Minamino scored to pull one back for Monaco as the first half ended 2-1 advantaged Nantes.
Back from the break, Mohamed Ahmed Abdallah scored again with just three minutes into the second half to increase the hosts tally to 3-1.
French player Wissam Ben Yedder in the 59th minute scored to reduced the scoreline to 3-2 before Myron Boadu drew Monaco level five minutes from stoppage time.
Myron Boadu has scored each of his eight Ligue 1 goals away from home, becoming the player who has scored the most without finding the net at home in the top-flight over the last 75 years.
Meanwhile, Black Stars defender Mohammed Salisu missed the game as a result of his groin injury.