Ghanaian winger Francis Narh was on the scoresheet for Slavia Mozyr in their 2-3 home defeat to Energetik-BGU in the Belarusian Premier League over the weekend.
The former Tema Youth man fired his side into the lead in the 45th minute via spot kick which took his tally to 4 goals in 13 games.
The visitors after recess drew level through Guinean forward Adama Mamdou Diallo in the 50th minute and doubled the advantage ten minutes later to register his second of the game.
Ukrainian midfielder Roman Paparygya made it three with a beautiful freekick outside the penalty box.
When all seem to done and dusted for Energerik, substitute Maksym Slyusar grabbed a late consolation for Slavia but was not enough to salvage a point for the home team.
Fellow compatriot Dennis Tetteh was in action for Slavia Mozyr.
By: Linus Siaw Nartey