Ghanaian forward, Ropapa Kwamina Mensah scored twice in the USL for Pittsburgh Riverhounds on Saturday night.
The former Inter Allies hitman continued with his impressive goal scoring form as he bagged two goals in Pittsburgh Riverhounds 5-0 mauling of Hartford Athletic.
Ryan James opened the scoring in the 17th of the match inside the first half to open the floodgates as Riverhounds turned on the fire on the away team.
Ropapa Mensah made it 2-0 to the home team after 27 minutes of action with his first goal on the night before Anthony Velarde converted a 42nd minutes penalty to make it 3-0 going into the interval.
Two minutes after the recess, Ryan James scored his second and Riverhounds fourth to put the game out of reach of the visitors who were all over the pitch.
Few seconds after the hour mark, Mensah netted his brace to take the score line to a whopping 5-0 against the visitors who struggled throughout the 90 minutes.
Riverhounds has now kept four clean sheets in a row and has managed 14 goals in the process in the USL Championship this year as they remain top of group F.
Mensah has scored six goals and provided two assists in 13 games for Yellow and Blacks in the United States League Championships.