Super Eagles star Michael Babatunde increased his goal tally to six in the Moroccan Botola Pro on Saturday morning, reports Futbalgalore.com.
The 26-year-old midfielder scored with a touch of class as leaders Wydad Casablanca forced Ittihad Tanger to a 2-2 draw in a week 29 clash.
The goal, scored from five yards out, means Babatunde has now scored six goals for the in the league.
Wydad Casablanca are on top of the table with 55 points, second placed Raja Casablanca are three points below their bitter rivals.
The tempo was understandably slow for much of the first half.
A series of movements threatened to create an opening for Wydad. Ittihad Tanger restricted their most celebrated opponents to half chances and blocked shots in an underwhelming opening 40 minutes.
Ittihad Tanger took a fortuitous lead through Ayoub Gaadaoui in the 41st minute.
Coach Faouzi Benzarti turned to the experience of Babatunde and the former Dnipro player did not disappoint.
Eight minutes from time they levelled to send Stade Père-Jégo into raptures, Babatunde directed home a beautiful effort following a scramble in the box.
More drama was to come eight minutes later, as Ittihad Tanger went ahead with a goal from Mehdi Neghmi.
Cheik Ibrahim Comara equalised for Wydad al-ouma at injury time.
Neither team deserved to lose but both might have had more than a point