Ghana forward scored scored a buzzer-beating goal to give Spezia a comeback 2-1 win over giants AC Milan 2-1 at the San Siro on Monday evening.
The 28-year-old kept his composure to slot home from close range to kill off their opponents on the 95th minute mark to bag the maximum points for the visitors.
The magical Ghanaian, who missed out on his country’s squad for the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon is hogging the headlines after the superb goal.
Rafael Leão continued his red-hot form by opening the scoring against the visitors with an intelligent lob on the stroke of the first half.
Kelvin Agudelo pulled parity on 64th minute before the Ghanaian star scored a heart-popping injury-time winner to take the three points to La Spezia, Liguria.
The Rossoneri came into this game needing a win following Inter’s 0-0 draw with Atalanta last night. Stefano Pioli’s side needed to keep up the pressure on the Nerazzurri if they want to stay involved in the title race.
Spezia were also hoping for something from this match, sitting only a handful points ahead of the relegation zone.
The Rossoneri were clearly in the driving seat in the first half of the match but they struggled to find an opener in front of their home fans.
Milan were gifted a penalty in the 43rd minute following a foul on Leao, but Theo Hernandez’s effort was dragged wide, leaving things goalless. This was changed by the Portuguese forward only a couple of minutes later, with the player breaking the deadlock just before the half time whistle.
Things were a little tense when the second half kicked off and neither time could make incisive movements in the final third.
Spezia’s efforts were finally rewarded in the 64th minute, when Kevin Agodelo poked him an equaliser from a few yards out to make it 1-1.
Both teams pushed for the advantage throughout the second half but good saves by both Mike Maignan and Ivan Provedel kept things level.
Junior Messias scored in the 92nd minute of the match but the referee had already blown his whistle following a foul on Rebic, and so the goal did not stand.
Provedel was Spezia’s hero at the Meazza, making a number of key and decisive saves throughout the game to keep the Ligurian side in it.
In the dying seconds of the match Emmanuel Gyasi finished a fast counter attack to secure all three points for Spezia, making it 2-1 just before the final whistle.