Nigerian youngster Terem Moffi was outstanding for Christophe Pelissier's FC Lorient of France on Sunday evening, as he helped them to a comeback victory over Saint-Etienne in the week 27 of the French Ligue 1.
The former KV Kortrijk football club of Belgium Striker who has been superb for the French League side since joining them on a five years deal last summer retained his starting role, and he was able to impress in their comeback win.
Terem Moffi started in the home team's attack alongside Enzo Le Fee and Quentin Boisgard, and they were all fantastic for the host in the game.
Harold Moukoudi opened scoring for the away team in the 14th minutes after receiving an assist from Arnaud Nordin to end the first half 1-0.
Armand Lauriente equalized for the home team in the 66th minutes via a fine teamwork from Nigerian Terem Moffi, before Armand Lauriente scored his second goal of the game in the 86th minutes to give the host the deserved victory.
Terem Moffi was superb for the home team throughout the game, and he played a crucial role in his team's first goal.
The victory over Saint-Etienne FC now means FC Lorient have moved to the 17th spot in the French Ligue 1 table with 26 points from 27 matches played.
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