Ghanaian international Benjamin Tetteh climbed off the bench and scored for his Sparta Prague side in their 3-3 draw with Ceske Budejovice in the Czech top-flight league on Friday.
With club football returning this weekend after the international break, the two Czech clubs locked horns in a bid to bag 3 points.
In a home match for Prague at the Generali Stadium, they conceded just seven minutes into the first half with Ivan Schranz getting the goal for Ceske Budejovice
A strike from Gabonese midfielder Guelor Kanga on the 32nd minute from the penalty spot restored parity for the hosts but a goal from Benjamin Colic pegged them back with the visitors taking the lead for the second time in the game.
In the second half Srdjan Plavsic scored to bring the scoreline to 2-2 for Sparta Prague to have hope of going into for the win. Unfortunately for the side, David Ledecky found the back of the net on the 77th minute to shoot Ceske Budejovice into the lead for the 3rd third.
In need of a goal to at least salvage a point from the match, it was Benjamin Tetteh who climbed off the bench to score to ensure the match ended 3-3.
The Ghana U-23 star now has four goals after making 15 appearances in the ongoing season.