Ghanaian winger Joseph Mensah conjured a magic off the bench by scoring a minute after he was introduced in stoppage-time in their 4-2 win over giants FC Steaua Bucharest in the Romanian top-flight league on Wednesday night.
The 24-year-old was introduced in the 93rd minute and he scored in the 94th minute of the tie.
Mensah hit a powerful left-footed low drive to beat the visitors keeper at the death to register his 2nd goal of the season for the home side.
Mensah joined Sepsi from Danish side Horsens in the summer but has enjoyed limited, playing 414 minutes out of a possible 1,620.
By El Akyereko
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