Ghanaian forward, Elvis Manu came from the bench to score in Ludogorets Razgrad’s win over Lokomotiv Plovdiv at home.
The Dutch-born Ghanaian international stepped onto the field in the 57th minutes of action when his team was down by a goal.
Birsent Karagaren scored a 52nd minutes goal to put the away team 1-0 up after a scoreless first half despite both teams creating chances.
Dominik Yankov leveled matters for the Green and Whites Eagles in the 62nd of the match just five minutes after falling behind.
11 minutes to the final whistle, Alex Santana put the host in front for the first time in the game as he bagged the all important second goal for the Eagles.
Manu, 27, added the third goal and the security goal for the host on the 81st minute with nine minutes left on the clock.
Ludogorets surpassed leaders Levski Sofia who drop points on the road to go top of the league with 12 points from five games.
Manu has a goal and assist to his name in two games since his move to the Bulgarian giants from Chinese side Beijing Renhe.