In-form Dutch-born Ghanaian striker international Myron Boadu again scored for his side AZ Alkmaar who posted an emphatic 3-0 away win over Feyenoord on Thursday night in the Dutch Eredivisie.
The 18-year old attacker who has been in top form so far this season in the Dutch top flight league, opened the scoring for the visitors in the 39th minute with a fine finish before Calvin Stengs doubled their lead in the 50th minute mark.
Oussama Idrissi however, deepened Feyenoord’s woes when he struck six minutes from stoppage time to wrap up a famous 3-0 away victory for AZ at De Kuip to the disenchantment of the home fans who thronged the stadium.
Boadu, who is currently on the radar of Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah and the Netherlands manger Ronald Koeman, has so far netted four goals in seven matches with three assists this season in the Dutch Eredivisie.
He has also scored three goals in the Europa League for his club.
AZ Alkmaar, currently sit 3rd on the log after match day seven, winning five games, one draw and one loss.