Ghanaian right-back, Jeremie Frimpong provided a crucial assist in Celtic FC away win in Latvia over Riga FC on Thursday.
The youngster came from the bench to set up a last-gasp goal to seal victory for the Green and Whites.
After 35 minutes of the match, Frimpong was introduced to the match to replace injured James Forest.
Both teams failed to produce a goal in the first half of the match and returned to the dressing room on level pegging.
In the 89th minutes of the match the 19-year-old swinged in a low cross from the right side of attack to locate the on rushing fellow substitute Mohamed Elyounoussi to grab the winning goal of the match to send Celtic through to the next stage of the UEFA Europa League.
The Scottish team will face FK Sarajevo of Bosnia and Herzegovina on October 1 for a place in the 2020-21 Europa League group stages.