FIFA U20 World Cup gold medalist sparked a revival which saw Juve Stabia clawed back from two goals down to beat Chievo Verona at the Stadio Marc Antonio Bentegodi in the Italian Serie B.
Chievo, formerly of the Serie A shot into a two nil lead before half time with the Serie B newbies facing yet another defeat but Ghanaian international Bright Addae initiated the revival when he netted four minutes after recess.
The goal took the wind out of Chievo’s sail and forward Francesco put the away team in level pegging with fourteen minutes to end proceedings from the penalty spot.
Just when it looked like the dust was settling and the results was ending in a draw, Juve Stabia stabbed Chievo in the heart with a late penalty to clinch their first win in three games.
Addae, 26, enjoyed the full duration of the 90 minutes as his side ended their two game losing streak.