Ghanaian forward, Elvis Manu came from the bench to score in Ludogorets Razgrad’s win over Dynamo Brest in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday.
The Ghanaian striker replaced fellow countryman Bernard Tekpetey on the 67th of the match in Belarus.
Six minutes after his introduction to the game, Manu opened the scoring when he started and finished the attack from a close range finish with a tap in goal to put the visitors 1-0 up.
The Ghanaian provided an assist for Higinio Marin to score the second goal for the Green Eagles to record a 2-0 away win from home to book their Europa League group stage spot.
The 27-year-old has two goals in five games for the Bulgaria First Professional League giant since he joined from Beijing Renhe this summer.