Ghanaian prolific striker, Jordan Mintah produced scintillating performance as he scored twice in Terengganu FC’s 5-1 emphatic away victory over Kuching FC in the Malaysian Premier League Week 8.
The Ghanaian international has been magnificent in the run-in and was a tormentor against Kuching.
As he so often does, the 26-year-old fought to take the lead for his side on the 15th minute and completed his brace on the 90th minute.
Mintah and Hakimi Abdullah both scored twice to seal fifth win of the season in the Premiership.
Mazwandi bin Zekeria, a player of the hosts extended the lead for Teregganu after scoring an own goal.
Alif Hassan also pulled one back for Kuching to end the game in a 5-1 result.
The win leaves Terengganu at the fourth position with 16th points, five points adrift the leaders.
Mintah now has 5 league goals in 6 games.
He won the golden boot last season after bagging 16 goals to emerge as top-scorer.