Super Eagles star Iyayi Believe Atiemwen has reacted, after coming from the bench to score a goal in Omonia Nikosia football club's 4-2 home victory over Royal Antwerp FC in the UEFA Europa League playoff.
The former Rizespor FC star was the hero for his team, as he netted a goal to give them a deserved victory in the first leg.
Iyayi Believe was dropped to the bench by coach Henning Berg and he was able to impress after being introduced in the second half.
A brace from Loizos Loisou, and a goal each from Andronikos Kakoulis and substitute Believe Atiemwen were enough to give the home team a deserved victory over Belgium League giants.
Iyayi Believe Atiemwen was suberb for the home team after being introduced, and he was able to mark his excellent performance with a goal.
Reacting after coming from the bench to score a goal in his team's victory, Believe Atiemwen posted on his verified Instagram handle that;
"One more to go."
Fans reactions to Believe Atiemwen's post.
The Nigerian international will now be looking forward to building on his impressive performance when Omonia Nikosia FC play their next game this weekend.
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