Ghana’s forward Samuel Tetteh was on target for LAsk Linz against Europa League side Wolfsberger.
The 23-year-old netted his fifth league goal this season for the Black and Whites in the Austria Tipico Bundesliga.
LAsk Linz opened the scoring 21 minutes into the game with Joao Klauss setting up Petar Filipovic who made no mistake in putting the away team 1-0 up.
The former Ghana Under 20 marksman doubled the away team’s advantage four minutes to the break after receiving an assist from Joao Klauss to make it 2-0.
Tetteh was yellow carded in the 58th for a bad foul on Michael Novak.
The Ghanaian versatile forward was a delight to watch as he thrilled the travelling fans with a sizzling display.
The former West African Football Academy (WAFA) attacker was taken off in the 70th minutes and was replaced by Dominik Reiter.
Shon Weissman got one back for the home side with 12 minutes left to play on the clock.
Dominik Freiser made sure LAsk Linz secure all three points by adding the third five minutes from full time making it 3-1.
Weissman’s goal was a little too late to change the complexion of the game as it ended 3-1 to the away team.
LAsk Linz went home with all three points to mount pressure on league leaders RB Salzburg with just two points separating the two sides.
By Delrand Nii Ansah Mensah Whyte, Daily Mail GH