Nigerian international Peter Eneji showed why he can be the right man to lead FK Senica this new season when he came off the bench to mark his debut for the club with two well-taken strikes in their 3-1 win over AS Trencin, AOIFootball.com reports.
The former Super Eagles Team B star, who only just joined the club last week, was named among the substitutes as the visitors took a 1-0 half time lead courtesy of a David Depetris strike.
Clearly not impressed by his side’s first-half performance, head coach Michal Scasny introduced the Nigerian on the resumption with the former Akwa United star making his first competitive home bow.
The substitution did, however, prove to be a masterstroke as the 20-year-old equalized eight minutes after the hour mark after being fed by Trenton Yenne before he then completed the turnaround nine minutes from time, this time lashing on to a Roberto Dias assist to put his side 2-1 up.
The Nigerian was however denied a hat-trick on his debut as Frank Castaneda converted from 12 yards right on the dot of 90 minutes to seal an emphatic 3-1 win for the hosts.
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