Former Ghanaian U-23 international, Joetex Frimpong, scored for his Nigerian team, Enyimba, in their 4-0 win over Tanzanian champions, Simba, in Sunday's CAF Champions League match.
Frimpong, who played a key role in Enyimba's success in the competition last year capitalised on a goalmouth scramble to score his team's second goal after his colleague, Prince Olomu powered in the first goal in just forty-five seconds of the game.
Two other goals from Yusuf Mohammed and Mutiu Adegoke was all the African champions needed to nail Simba.
Enyimba, who are the reigning champions would meet Red Arrows of Zambia in the next round.
Frimpong has been a regular since joining Enyimba three seasons ago. He entered the history books as the first Ghanaian to win the CAF Champions League and Super Cup back-to-back.