Winger Peter Eneji Moses climbed off the bench to inspire FK Senica to a 3-1 victory over AS Trencin at the opening day of the 2019/20 Slovakian Super League season on Saturday, reports Futbalgalore.com.
The 20-year-old was booked for a rough tackle seven minutes from time.
Midfielder Abdul Zubairu who was at the opposing side was subbed off in the 82nd minute.
David Alberto Depetris silenced the home fans when he put Trencin in front late in the first stanza.
With the game needing a bit of spark, coach Michal Scasny threw on the skillful Peter Eneji Moses for Denis Baumgartner at the beginning of the second stanza.
The former Plateau United and Akwa United forward repaid the faith shown by Scazny with a brilliant leveller in the 68th minute.
An own goal from Peter Klescik saw the hosts went ahead for the first time in the game, before Frank Castaneda’s spot kick put the game beyond Trencin.
Eneji’s performance at the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations did not go unnoticed, with Slovakian, Belgian and Dutch clubs opening a line of communication with his bonafide representatives over a transfer.
The player shares the same intermediary as former VVV Venlo sensation Ahmed Musa and winger Moses Simon.
At the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations, he was involved in six matches, scoring two goals and logging 361 minutes.