Ghanaian youngsters Christopher Bonsu Baah and Pierre Dwomoh were both involved in the Belgian Cup in midweek for their respective clubs.
Bonsu Baah started off the bench for KRC Genk in their round of 32 game against URSL Vise on Wednesday night.
The 18-year-old was brought on in the 75th minute with the score at 2-0 after Yira Collins Sor and Aziz Ouattara Mohammed had given Genk the lead.
Andi Zeqiri who also came on alongside Baah scored the third goal of the game before the Ghanaian added the four in injury time.
The goal was Bonsu Baah’s second for the club having scored in the league last month.
Christopher Bonsu Baah was on target for Genk in the Belgian Cup game against URSL Vise on Wednesday night.
The Ghanaian came off the bench to score the last goal in a 4-0 away win. pic.twitter.com/ydCFmOZA8z— Lawrence Baidoo (@kweku_lawrence) November 2, 2023
In the same round, Dwomoh also came off the bench to score for RWD Molenbeek in their encounter against OC Charleroi.
The athletic midfielder has been a pivotal player for the club this campaign and already scored his maiden goal for them earlier this campaign.
Belgium-based Ghanaian midfielder Pierre Dwomoh scored a late winner for RWD Molenbeek in their cup game against Charleroi on Wednesday night.
He’s scored 2 goals for the club this season. pic.twitter.com/IHbvc9WsGV— Lawrence Baidoo (@kweku_lawrence) November 2, 2023
Dwomoh’s 83rd minute strike was the only goal of the game with Molenbeek knocking out Charleroi and advancing to the last 16 of the Beker van Belgie.
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