Former Black Stars winger Albert Adomah struck for Queens Park Rangers FC in their impressive win over Watford FC on the road on Saturday afternoon.
The Ghanaian forward who has been playing in the English Championship for over a decade now showed his mettle when he came on as a second half substitute.
Just on the hour mark, Adomah was introduced to the match to take Lyndon Dykes position when the score was still 2-2 heading into the last half an hour of the match.
With 20 minutes to the end of the entertaining clash, Kenneth Paal found the Ghana International lurking in the box and set him up nicely.
Adomah made no mistake as his right-footed shot from the center of the box went into the center of the net to win all three points for the Blue and Whites.
The game ended 3-2 in Queens Park Rangers FC favour and saw them climb the league table after six matches to 11th position with eight points.
The 34-year-old Ghanaian has a goal to his name this season in the championship in England.