Nigerian forward Leke James was in action for Norwegian club Molde in their UEFA Champions League fourth-round tie with Qarabag FK on Wednesday.
The Nigerian forward started the game and helped his side to a hard-fought win over Azerbaijan giants.
The game was settled through the penalty shoot out after both sides failed to find the back of the net throughout the regulation and extra time.
Leke James was substituted in the 98th minutes of the encounter, but he watched his teammates converted their six penalties, while Qarabag FK managed to convert five.
Molde are through to the next stage of the competition and one more win will see them qualify for the lucrative group stage of the most glamorous club football competition in the world.
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