Kamaldeen Sulemana continued his impressive form for Rennes by coming off the bench to score the match-winner in their 2-1 victory over Dutch Club Vitesse in the UEFA Europa Conference League.
The Ghanaian did not start the game this time around, watching the entire first 45minutes from the bench.
Sulemana was introduced into the game just after recess as he came on to replace Benjamin Bourigeaud.
He then found the back of the net 25minutes after his introduction to put the visitors 2-1 up with just 20minutes left on the clock.
Sehrou Guirassy had leveled matters for Rennes from the penalty spot after Maximilian Wittek had given Vitesse the lead in the 30th minute.
Rennes then had to rely on the Ghanaian International to snatch an important away win at the Gelredome.
The win ties Rennes up in second place on the table with 4points, same points as Tottenham who also thrashed Mura 5-1 in the other Group match.
19-year-old Kamaldeen Sulemana now has five goals to his credit in all competition since joining Rennes in the summer transfer window from Nordjaelland.