By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Ghanaian teenager Shadrach Eghan stole the show at the De Grolsch Veste when he scored a classy strike in FC Twente's 3-1 home triumph over Cambuur in the Dutch Eredivisie on Sunday.
The 19-year-old has dominated the headlines among youngsters in the league and Sunday was another day for him to impress.
The Akosombo-born had just spend a minute on the field after coming off to replace Moroccan hit-man Youness Mokhtar in the 59th minuet and he gave Twente the lead firing a sensational belter from the edge of the area.
Eghan went on to ensure Cambuur's fate in the game as he was involved in Twente's third goal.
Feyenoord loanee Elvis Manu played the full 90 minutes for Cambuur but could find the net.