Ghanaian international, Joetex Frimpong, who was dropped from Ghana's squad to the last World Cup, in Germany, has rediscovered his goal-scoring form in the colours of Tunisia's CS Sfaxien.
Frimpong, who was signed to boost the attack of the Tunisians in the CAF Champions League hit target in his second Champions League game for the Tunisians, as his side recorded a 2-0 win over visiting JS Kabylie of Algeria to boost their chances of qualifying for the semi-finals of the competition.
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The goal was his 15th in the competition.Frimpong, scored a total of 14 goals in two editions (six in 2003 and eight in 2005) for former Nigerian and CAF champions, Enyimba of Aba.
He connected a cross from teammate, Abdelkarim Nafti, who had earlier scored the first goal to boost his goal-scoring record in Africa's biggest club competition.
"Scoring my first goal in the CAF Champions League goal for CS Sfaxien was exciting. It's something I would always cherish and I look forward to scoring more goals.
"I came here to make an impact and helping the club to make an impact in Africa would be a great idea. We are closer to the semi-finals and we have to remain focused. This is a great club and I love the supporters," he told www.ghanaweb.com in a telephone interview.
Speaking on his goal scoring record in the competition, he said: "I scored 14 for Enyimba and it's great to have added my 15th in the competition. With the matches ahead, I intend to score more for CS Sfaxien. That is my job here," he maintained.
The Tunisians lead the group, while holders, Al-Ahly National of Egypt are second on the log.
Frimpong helped Enyimba win the CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup, in 2003 and 2004, respectively.
He helped the Black Stars qualify for the Germany 2006 World Cup, and played at the last Nations Cup, in Egypt