Former Elmina Sharks striker Benjamin Bernard Boateng climbed off the bench to score a quick brace for Al Ittihad Alexandria in the Egyptian Premier League on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old, who was the main goal source for Sharks in the Ghana Premier League last season, was introduced as a 69th-minute substitute for Angolan forward Paciencia Mabululu.
And, he used his first 3 minutes of the game to register the second goal of the game for Ittihad who were down 4-1 prior to his introduction.
After scoring on the 72nd-minute mark, the gangling forward hit the back of the net again 6 minutes later as his club attempted to stage a comeback.
However, referee Wael Farhan overlooked an obvious penalty incident in the 89th minute which has caused the club to officially write a protest against his performance in the match.
Boateng has now scored 4 goals and provided 1 assist in 18 appearances for Ittihad since his switch from Sharks to the club.
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