Former Asante Kotoko striker Dauda Mohammed scored on his full debut for Dutch top-flight side Vitesse when they defeated Emmen 3-0 on Sunday.
The Ghana youth international made an instant impact when he poked in from a sweet cross from Clark in the 13th minute to hand the visitors the lead.
He suffered an injury in the 69th minute and was replaced by Thomas Buitink but his performance will surely please the handlers of the Dutch side.
Martin Oedegaard curled in direct free kick moments later to extend lead before Navarone Foor’s late strike cushioned the victory late in the game.
Mohammed was making his first start for Vitesse in their Dutch Eredivisie match due to the unavailability of two key players.
The 21-year-old will profited from an ankle injury to Algerian striker Oussama Darfalou and the unavailability of Tim Matavz who failed late fitness test.
Dauda made his debut last week when he replaced African compatriot Darfalou in their 3-2 win over Willem II in the Eredivisie.
The Ghanaian got the chance to make his first start since joining on loan from Anderlecht due to the injury to the two players and he made an instant impact.
Mohammed will not be hoping that his performance in the first game will give the coaches the chance to hand him more playing time.