Rangers-linked winger Francis Amuzu stepped off the bench to hit the back of the net in Anderlecht’s 7-0 win over Beerschot in the Belgian Jupiler League on Monday evening.
The 22-year-old, frequently used as a substitute by the Brussels-based club, rounded off the scoring against the league’s bottom club – who brought Scotland international Lawrence Shankland off the bench at half-time with the score 3-0.
The promising winger who has previously been watched by scouts of Giovanni van Bronckhorst, is also on the radar of Everton and Wolfsburg in the January transfer.
Playing off the right-side, the Ghanaian-born attacker has only completed 90 minutes twice this season, and started ten games for his club, who sit third in the Belgian top flight.
Amuzu, 22, has three more years on his contract but could be sold in January if Rangers brings the right offer.
He is currently priced at 3.8 million Euros according to transfermarkt.
He has so far scored four goals for Anderlecht this campaign.