Ghana international Prince Opoku Agyemang broke his goal-scoring duck for Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Cape Town City as they shared the spoils with Amazulu on Saturday evening.
The former Medeama SC goal poacher switched the Ghanaian top-flight for the South Africa elite division before the current campaign and took five games before finding his Goalscoring boots.
Lehlohonolo Majoro fired the Durban-based side into the lead after just four minutes via the penalty spot but it was Opoku Agyemang who mustered his first goal and most importantly his side’s equalizer five minutes before half time.
Agyemang was hurled off after 81 minutes as the coach offered the former New Edubiase sharp-shooter a deserved rest.
Both Amazulu and Cape Town City fired blank in the dying embers of the game as they settled for a draw.
The results leave Agyemang’s Cape Town City with four points after three games in the ongoing South African topflight.