Ghanaian teen, Kamal Sowah, was on course for Club Brugge of their drubbing of FC Porto on match day two of the UEFA Champions League.

The 22-year-old scored the second goal of the game on the night time at the Estadio do Dragao on Tuesday night time.

Sowah was named within the beginning line-up for the game having been rested over the weekend.

The winger, who’s but to play for Ghana at any stage, pounced on a cross from strike associate Ferran Jutgla earlier than going previous two defenders to slot the ball into the net.

The teen has already been in three goals already this season having assisted Jutgla twice within the Belgian top flight.

The win on Tuesday sees Club Brugge go top of Group B with six factors after beating Bayer Leverkusen of their opening game.

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