Ghanaian international Kwadwo Duah was on target on Wednesday evening as he helped his FC St. Gallen outfit to post a 2-0 win over FC Vaduz in the Swiss Super League.
In what was a matchday 14 fixture of the ongoing season, the young forward earned a starting role when his team hosted the opponent at the Kybunpark grounds.
On the back of a goalless draw in the first half, FC St. Gallen resumed the second half to dominate the opponent.
Two minutes after the hour mark, Kwadwo Duah scored with an assist from Victor Ruiz to shoot the home team into the lead.
Ten minutes later, an equalizer from Basil Stillhart doubled the lead for FC St. Gallen to eventually seal a 2-0 win against FC Vaduz.
On the matchday, Kwadwo Duah lasted 65 minutes before his place was taken by Thody Elie Youan. Meanwhile, his compatriot Lawrence Ati-Zigi manned the post for the winners on the day and played full throttle.