Ghanaian forward Osman Bukari was on target for Serbian Superliga giant Red Star Belgrade for the second game running in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday evening.
The in-form attacker scored and also provided an assist in the game against Young Boys FC in the UEFA Champions League.
He brilliantly set up Cherif Ndiaye to score the opening goal of the match to put the hosts 1-0 up after 35 minutes of the first 45 minutes.
He also scored the opening goal of the team’s first UEFA Champions League game against Manchester City FC in the first game and has contributed to another goal for the Red and Whites outfit.
The game ended in a 2-2 stalemate.
The Ghanaian forward has two goals and one assist in te i games this season so far in the UEFA Elite Club Football competition.