Ghanaian midfield enforcer Kwame Bonsu has opened his goal-scoring account for his Espérance de Tunis side with a strike in the Arab Champions League fixture against Olympique de Safi on Saturday.
The player joined the Tunisian club in the summer transfer window from Kumasi Asante Kotoko after he had enjoyed a very successful season with the side in the CAF Confederations Cup.
After failing to find the back of the net in the last couple of months, Bonsu has managed to score what is expected to be the first of many for his new club yesterday.
In a second leg fixture in the round of 16 of the Arab Champions League, Kwame Bonsu was on target to help Esperance earn a 1-1 draw with Moroccan club Olympique de Safi.
With the first leg of the fixture ending with that same scoreline, the match had to be decided on penalties. The Moroccan team performed well under the pressure of playing away from home and emerged as 4-2 winners as they advance to the quarter-finals.
Kwame Bonsu takes comfort from the fact that he netted his first goal for Esperance and will be hoping to bang in more in subsequent matches either in the Tunisia League or the CAF Champions League.