Former Asante Kotoko striker Kwame Opoku scored his fourth goal of the season for USM Alger in their 3-0 win over M’lila in the Algerian Ligue 1 on Saturday night.
The Ghana international opened the scoring in the 29th minute after controlling a dinked pass on his chest inside the box.
That effort teed him up to smash in a volley for the opening goal of the match.
Zakaria Naidji doubled the lead for USM Algers in the 51st minute with his goal before Aliane wrapped up the win for the homeside in the 87th minute.
Opoku, 22, has now scored four goals with an assists in nine game outings for USM Alger in his debut season at the club.
One of the finest home-grown strikers strutting his stuff abroad.
Ex @AsanteKotoko_SC striker tallied a fourth league goal in Algeria.
Banged the opener for @USMAofficiel on Saturday.
It was finger-licking sweetttttttttttt pic.twitter.com/S0pobfmQZF
— Ridwan .I. Asante (@ridwanasante) July 18, 2021