Former Asante Kotoko defender, Michael Ofosu Appiah scored for his team JK Narva Trans on Sunday away at Nommé JK Kalju on Sunday afternoon.
The 30-year-old Ghanaian defender scored his team’s consolation goal as they suffered a 2-1 defeat away from home in the Estonia top-flight.
Pedro Víctor put the home team in front on the ninth minutes of the action to make the score 1 – 0 to the home team.
After 27 minutes, Igor Subbotin made it two to the home team as they returned to the dressing room 2-0 up in the Week 22 round of matches.
Ofosu Appiah popped up three minutes to full time to snatch a consolation for the visitors who have gone five games without a win in the Estonia Meistriliiga.
The ex-Kotoko man has scored once this season for his team in Estonia as they occupy the seventh position on the table.
Ofosu Appiah popularly known as Escoba joined Asante Kotoko in 2008 from Heart of Lions and spent three seasons with the Porcupines before leaving to South Africa to play for Jomo Cosmos.