Ghanaian midfielder Edmund Addo came off the bench to bag a brace for FK Senica in their 3-2 friendly victory over Slovakian lower-tier side FC Petržalka Akadémia.
Jakub Nemec opened the scoring for FC Petržalka Akadémia in the 17th minute before Boris Turcak extended their lead just a minute after the break.
However, Senica got back into the game courtesy substitute Edmund Addo in the 63rd minute. The Ghanaian youngster showed great calmness to bury his second chance of the game three minutes later to make the score line 2-2.
Senica emerged victorious thanks to a fantastic strike by Benin international Desire Segbe Azankpo in the 82nd minute.
Addo joined FK Senica in the summer after signing a three-year deal from Ghanaian lower division side Mamprobi Mighty Cosmos.