Ghana striker Prince Tagoe came off the bench to help Al Ettifaq to 3-2 win over Al Faisaly on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old came on as a second half substitute to provide two assists for the vital away win.
Ettifaq were losing 2-1 until coach Marciej Skorza decided to toss in the former Ghana Premier League goal king in the 68th minute.
Tagoe proved his worth by setting up the two goals which saw Ettifaq come from behind to win the game.
The Ghana international’s good form comes in handy just in time for the commencement of the Asian Champions League.
Tagoe has already scored four goals for Ettifaq since his January arrival from Bursaspor but is yet to open his top flight account.