Werder Bremen forward Anthony Ujah continued his goal-scoring form against his former teams on Wednesday when he scored against FC Cologne in the German DFB Pokal Cup at the Wesser Stadium.
The 25 year old turned his marker before rifling home a scotched in the 23rd minute of the encounter.
Ujah who scored a brace against Mainz in the Bundesliga at the weekend has now scored twice in the competition to take his goal tally to six in all competition in 12 games.
Also in Ukraine, Michael Babatunde came off the substitute’s bench to score his second goal of the season for Dnipro who advanced to the next round of the Ukrainian Cup with a 3-2 win at the expence of Olimpik Donetsk.
The Nigerian winger came on for Bruno Vilela Gama at half time and restored parity for his side in the 88th minute before
Roman Zozulya grabbed the match winner in the stoppage time of the encounter to qualify to the next round 5-2 on aggregates.
While Ezekiel Henty scored a consolatory for Olimpija Ljubljana in the 88th minute as they crashed out of the Cup clash with a 3-1 on the night and 5-3 on aggregate to NK Celje.
Henty is the second top scorer in the league behind his compatriot Blessing Eleke.