Ghanaian defender, Abraham Frimpong featured for Hungarian team Ferencvaros as they beat Norwegian side Molde FK on aggregate in the UEFA Champions League playoffs.
The Green Eagles were held at home to a goalless draw but progressed to the group stages through the away goal rule after playing out a 3-3 draw in Norway last Wednesday.
Ferencvaros TC qualifiers into the group stages of the Champions League for the first time since 1995 to break a 25-year-old unwanted record.
On the night, both sides failed to capitalise on the chances that came their way as the game failed to produce a single goal.
The Ghanaian versatile defender was handed four minutes of play as his team made their way back into the elite club competition in Europe.