Ghanaian forward Collin Quaner found his scoring boots by scoring a brace to power Ipswich Town to a 2-1 away win over Bolton Wanderers in the English Championship on Saturday.
The burly striker, on loan from Huddersfield Town, gave the visitors a 2-0 first-half lead by scoring in the 33rd and 44th minutes.
Ipswich midfielder Chambers delivered a wonderful cross from the right and Quaner out jumped his marker to power his header into the net to register the opener in the 33rd minute.
He delivered the second goal and his brace just at the end of the first stanza of the duel.
Kenlock laid a pass to Quaner and the German-born spinned on the edge of the box before firing low past Matthews, the Bolton glovesman.
Quaner has been on loan at Ipswich from relegated Premier League side Huddersfield Town.
He was one of the strikers Kwesi Appiah was monitoring to call into his team but lack of game time disrupted the plans of the Black Stars head coach.
Appiah met the Düsseldorf-born along with Caleb Ekuban during one of his scouting tour in Europe.
By El Akyereko
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