Former Hearts of Oak striker Cosmos Dauda waxed spiritual on the back of his maiden goal for Saudi side Al-Toqbah Club.
The Ghana international was on the scoresheet as his side clinched a 2-1 home win against Arar in the second tier of Saudi football, the Prince Mohammad bin Salman League.
The win leaves Al-Thoqbah in fourteenth position after ten games with a total of nine points.
After the game, Dauda took to Facebook to express his gratitude following his feat against Arar.
Dauda, 27, has found solace in Asia after exiting capital based heavyweights Hearts of Oak featuring for Jordanian side Al-Faisaly, Lebanese outfit Salam Zgharta but due to political disturbance in the country, his stay was truncated.
He moved to Omani team Al-Rustaq on a 5-month contract for the 2019–20 season and on 17 October 2020, Dauda joined to Saudi Arabian side Al-Thoqbah, where he fired home his debut goal for the Khobar based club.