Ocansey Mandela scored twice to propel Horoya AC to an emphatic 6-2 triumph over Santoba FC in the Guinea Championnat on Thursday at the Septembre 28 Stadium.
The Ghanaian-born Burkinabe international has netted thrice in his last three games for the Guinea Champions.
Ocansey gave the hosts an early lead in the 11th minute after he was set up by Ahmed Doumboyaa to tap home from close range.
The visitors fought back and drew level on the 40th minute through forward Sylla Naby.
Mandela sealed his brace and doubled the advantage for Horoya in the 54th minute before he made way for Fode Camara.
Guinean midfielder Seidu Keita grabbed the third and fourth on the 67th and 73rd minutes respectively before Naby Suumah finished it off with the sixth goal via a spot kick in the 76th minute.
Santoba pulled one back through Sylla Naby with two minutes left on the clock.
The victory sends Horoya three points clear (42) behind second-placed CI Kamsar (39) with 4 games hand.
Ocansey has netted five times in 10 games in the ongoing campaign.
By: Linus Siaw Nartey