Cameroonian striker Didier Lamkel Ze scored his first goal for Hatayspor on Monday night to help the Club beat Trabzonspor 3-2 on match day seven of the Turkish top-flight championship.
Lamkel Ze joined the club in the summer but was still running after his first goal until this evening.
Ze like his club struggled at the start of the game but recovered to record the precious victory.
The former Royal Antwerp forward in a rare start for his club this season was booked in the 38th after he debated a Refereeing decision.
Matters became even more complicated for the hosts as they conceded two quick goals that had the hands of Paul Onuachu all over it. The Nigerian forward played in Edin Višća to score the opener before the interval.
The visitors charged to a 2-0 lead after the interval when Onuachu found the back of the Hatayspor net.
It looked like three points save and dry for Trabzonspor. However, the hosts rallied to produce one of the comebacks of the season so far.
Rigoberto Manuel Rivas Vindel began halfed the deficit 13 minutes from regulation time to set the pace for the comeback.
Lamkel Ze pounced on a great lay-off outside the six yard area to make it 2-2 as the game headed towards additional time.
Nigerian forward Fisayo Dele-Bashiru, won it for Hatayspor in the seventh minute of additional time, benefiting from Joelson Fernandez assist.
Fisayo saw yellow for his excesses during the goal celebration, understandably so.
Hatayspor held on to win all three points in what made their second victory in six outings this season.
The first goal of the season for Lamkel Ze and his all round player was certainly a welcomed sight for Hatayspor diehards and his fans from across the world.
Hatayspor remains in the second-half of the table, needing more wins to improve what has already been a difficult start of the season with seven points from a possible 18.
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