Teenager Jeremy Doku provided an assist on Sunday evening to help Anderlecht cruise to an important 3-1 win against St. Truiden at the Lotto Park in a Match in the ongoing Belgian Jupiler Pro League.
The Belgian-born forward who is of Ghanaian descent featured for the Purple and White club on the opening weekend of the season where he registered his name on the scoresheet.
Yesterday, Jeremy Doku deservedly earned a starting role when Anderlecht hosted St. Truiden on Matchday 2 of the season.
The 18-year old put up another impressive display and assisted Bogdan Mykhaylychenko for his team’s opening goal of the day.
The team returned from the break to build on that lead with Landry Dimata scoring to give Anderlecht a 2-goal lead on the 50th minute.
Late in the match, St. Truiden scored through Nelson Balongo to half the deficit in a quest to get something out of the match.
Unfortunately, their smile only lasted 2 minutes as Anderlecht's new signing Percy Tau scored on the 90th minute to hand the home team a 3-1 win at the end of the 90 minutes.