Nigeria international Samuel Eduok was on target in the Turkish league as he helped Kasimpasa gain a point in their 2-2 draw away to Sivasspor, AOIFootball.com reports.
Eduok, 24, who started his 14th league game, saw his team fall behind just after 13 minutes when former Ivorian striker, Arouna Kone opened scoring for the home team.
The lead, however, lasted for just five minutes, before Eduok scored his seventh league goal of the season after being set up by Mbaye Digne to pull his side level.
The Nigerian was taken off with a quarter of an hour to go, but further strikes from Arouna Kone (89) and a late equalizer from Mbaye Digne ensured Kasimpasa came out with a draw.
Eduok had an impressive game rating of 7.3, completing 83% of his passes, winning 4 duels and also completing 100% of his dribbles.
His compatriot, Kenneth Omeruo was on for the entire match duration and had a subdued performance with a rating of 6.4.
The result leaves Kasimpasa 11th position on the log with 31 points from 25 games.