RIJEKA ace Prince Ampem scored a stunning rocket that lit up the Croatian top flight.
Ampem’s team took on Hrvatski Dragovoljac on Friday at the Stadion Kranjceviceva in a match that ended 2-2.
But none of the four goals compared to the winger’s stunner which put his team back in the game after 57 minutes.
The Ghanaian ace picked a pass from Josip Drmic and delivered a stunning curling shot from long distance that was buried in Zvonimir Subaric’s top left corner.
The 23-year-old’s worldie boosted Rijeka’s confidence as Domagoj Pavicic equalised just three minutes later.
Dragovoljac gave away a two-goal lead they created in the first half following goals by Vinko Petkovic and Valentino Majstorovic.
Ampem joined Rijeka from Sibenik this summer and has already registered three goals and three assists in 14 appearances across all competitions.
In fact, his stunner against Dragovoljac marked his first league goal for his new team this term.
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Ampem showed talent from an early stage during his youth years as he was scouted by Feyenoord.
The Eredivisie outfit signed the forward for their affiliate team, the West African Football Academy.
That is where he also attracted interest from Austrian giants Red Bull Salzburg.
Ampem, though, has yet to play for Ghana’s national team.