Ghana attacker Ishmael Yartey came off the bench to score a sensational strike for FC Haka in the Finnish Veikkausliiga on Thursday evening.
The ex-Benfica man stepped out of the dugout on the 61st minute mark to replace Seth Saarinen to make his return from injury and he netted with superb volley from inside the box.
Yartey received a pass from Tino Purme inside the box, turned to beat three defenders before firing to the left bottom corner to beat Hugo Keto in the HJK Helsinki goalpost.
The attacker was introduced at a time that HJK had taken a 2-0 lead against the home side and Yartey came on to inspire his side to a comeback and he rightfully did when he struck the consolation goal for them but it was a bit too late for them to come into the game as the tie ended 2-1.
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