Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng scored as he helped his side Eintracht Frankfurt to grab a 1-0 away win against Bourrssia Mochengladbach.
The game started in the warm afternoon at the Stadion im Borussia-Park with Prince Boateng needing only 13 minutes to get the opener for the away side.
It happened from a throw in from Sabastien Holler which met Boateng in the penalty box. The club's new signing from Las Palmas just did the onus by finishing sweetly with his right foot.
The goal eventually ended up as the winner of the game. This marks the Kevin-Prince Boateng's first goal in 3 games for the side.
The first win for Frankfurt sees the club move up to 9th with 4 points in the Bundesliga.
Kevin-Prince Boateng and the rest of his crew lead by manager Niko Kovac will love to have other matches pun out in this way for them.
Next up for Eintracht Frankfurt is Daniel Opare's Augsburg at home on September 16.