Former Ghanaian midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng was on the touchline for his side Hertha Berlin acting as his assistant coach as they defeated VfL Bochum 3-1 in the German Bundesliga over the weekend.

The midfielder made a return to his boyhood club this summer after spells at several clubs.

In their game over the weekend against Bochum, the veteran was asked by his manager Pal Dardai to act as his assistant coach for that game.

He was seen patrolling the touchline in the said game as he issued out instructions to his teammates as they secured the win.

The Hertha Berlin gaffer was full of praise for his player who helped him over the weekend after the game.

“When I came on, I told him to bring home the win, to save the three, give commands behind the front and keep things calm. He did an outstanding job,” the Hertha gaffer said.

He continued, “That was a job win, everyone on the pitch gave everything and fought for the team. Those who didn't want to work are all gone. Now it's right.”

KP Boateng is said to be undertaking his coaching badges and will be seeing playing that role a lot this season.