Ghana’s Isaac Nuhu was on target this evening to help his K.A.S Eupen outfit to play a 1-1 draw game against Oud-Heverlee in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League.
The teenager joined the Belgian top-flight club from Aspire Academy in the winter transfer window on a two-and-a-half-year contract.
After excelling in pre-season, Isaac Nuhu today earned a starting role for K.A.S Eupen when they made the trip to the Den Dreef grounds to play as a guest to Oud-Heverlee.
The 18-year-old displayed a good form for his team with his direct attacking plays causing a threat to the opponent anytime he was on the ball.
Isaac Nuhu finished off an outstanding outing with a good goal on the 72nd minute to cancel out a strike from Sascha Kotysch on the 57th minute which had given Oud-Heverlee the lead.
Eventually, the match ended 1-1 at the end of the 90 minutes with the Ghanaian teenager’s strike earning a vital point for his team.