English-born Ghanaian attacker David Bremang scored twice to power Coventry City U23 to a 2-1 away win over Charlton Athletic U23 in the English Professional Development League on Monday.
City fell behind as the hosts scored a first-half lead and it took the Ghanaian to level things up before scoring the match-winner.
Bremang netted in the 70th minute through a well-taken penalty kick before adding his name to the score-sheet once again on the 93rd minute mark to win the game for his side.
City won a penalty and a change of taker saw Bremang step up and it was a shot too far for Maynard-Brewer who was sent the wrong way as the visitors drew level.
The Addicks came alive in the final 10 minutes with plenty of bursts forwards, but it was Coventry who stole the points deep in injury time, with Bremang tapping in from close range to leave Charlton empty handed.
He was promoted from the City U18 side and he has now netted three league goals and appears determined to break into the first team squad with his scoring form.
Ghanaian Brendan Sarpong-Wiredu played 90 minutes for Charlton.
By El Akyereko
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