Former Accra Hearts of Oak forward Kwame Kizito secured a point for BK Häcken with his solo strike in their game against Kalmar FF in the Swedish top flight league on Saturday.
The goal is Kizito’s second in the league since he joined the club in February.
The ex-Hearts striker was on the scoresheet as BK Hacken picked the all-important point away as the game ended 1-1 at the Guldfage Arena.
The home side scored first on the 21st minute through Viktor Elm. However, Kizito got the consolation for BK Häcken on the 66th minute to rescue a point for the club.
Kizito is the third Ghanaian at the Swede club after Nasiru Mohammed and Mohammed Atta.