Ghanaian forward Joseph Paintsil has expressed his disappointment despite scoring a brace for MKE Ankaragücü in their 5-3 defeat to Rizespor in the Turkish Süper Lig on Saturday.
The 22-year-old opened the scoring for the visitors in the 6th minute of the game before doubling his side's advantage ten minutes later.
Fernando Santos halved the deficit for Rizespor in the 19th minute. Torgeir Boerven scored in the 44th minute to make it 3-1 on 44th minute however, Fernando Boldrin netted on the stroke of halftime.
A second half hat-trick from former Chelsea striker Loic Remy sealed all three points for Rizespor.
"Despite opening my scoring account, this is not what we expected.The plan is to score and help the team at every time. It would have been great to finish the game with a win but unfortunately we couldn't. We move on to the next one, hopefully we win that one," he posted on twitter.
Paintsil lasted for 46 minutes as well as his compatriot Godfred Donsah who featured for Rizespor.
He joined the Turkisk side on a season-long loan deal from Belgian outfit KRC Genk this summer.