Emmanuel Agyemang Badu is a man in form and the Ghana midfielder underlined it with another spectacular performance for Udinese in their 2-1 win over Bologna in the Italian top flight on Sunday afternoon.
Agyemang Badu led the way for Udinese who came from behind to secure a vital win and all three points away to the side for who another Ghanaian midfielder, Godfred Donsah was absent through injury.
Udinese fell behind to a Mournier strike after 31 minutes at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara in Bologna in the Serie A match day 6 clash.
Agyemang Badu then took over the show, equalising on 61 minutes before his run into the Bologna penalty box on 85 minutes resulted in the ball getting into the path of Zapata to tap in what turned out to be the winner for Udinese.
It was Agyemang Badu's second goal in as many games after the Black Stars midfielder also netted in their 2-3 home defeat to AC Milan last Tuesday.
The three points garnered ended Udinese's 4-match losing run in Serie A since defeating champions, Juventus away on the opening day back on August 23 and pushed them up to 13th on 6 points on the back of their second win of the 2015/16 campaign.
Agyemang Badu's side next host Genoa in Serie A next Sunday, October 24 when Bologna travel to face the wrath of a surprisingly struggling Juventus.