Ghanaian-born Australian midfielder Kwame Yeboah scored his first goal for Western Sydney Wanders of their controversial Hyundai A-League defeat to Perth Glory on Sunday.
The 24-year-old, who joined Wanderers from German third-tier aspect Fortuna Koln, additionally supplied two assists within the thrilling encounter.
Kwame Yeboah opened the scoring for Wanderers within the 39th minute. From a nook kick, the ball was flicked into the trail of Yeboah on the again submit, who chested home.
The Wanderers doubled their lead within the 67th minute when Yeboah put the ball into the trail of Roly Bonevacia, who made no mistake.
But Glory pulled a goal again within the 70th minute.
The Wanderers shortly stretched their lead out to 3-1, with Yeboah concerned again.
The new recruit went on an incredible run before chopping the ball again for Abraham Majok to attain his first A-League goal.
But the Glory responded with two goals in three minutes. Then within the 85th minute grabbed the winner through a spot kick.
Yeboah was making his second look for Wanderers since finishing the transfer this month.
He was born on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia to a Ghanaian father and an Australian mom.
He is eligible to characterize each Australia and Ghana. He has been referred to as up a number of instances for the Australian youth groups however is but to make a senior debut for any nation.