Ghanaian youngster Forson Amankwah was on song once more for his lower tier side FC Liefering on Friday night.

His side FC Liefering defeated FC Dornbrin 4-2 in the Austrian second-tier league on Friday evening in a match which the midfielder had a lot of impact.

The Ghanaian forward was on target in their match day 9 clash at the Red Bull Arena Salzburg.

Dornbrin opened the scores of the game in the first half through Franco Joppi in the 31st minute of the game before 18-year-old Roko Šimić pulled parity for the home side Liefering from the penlaty spot in the 64rd minute of the game.

Roko Šimić added a second as the home side took the lead with another spot kick in the 68th minute of the game to make it 2-1.

Malian player Nene Dorgeles extended the Liefering lead with a third goal in the 70th minute of the game to make it 3-1.

The former WAFA youngster then added his goal in the 75th minute to put some gloss on the results but the away side pulled one back to make it 4-2 with Lukas Katnik the scorer.

Amankwah curled home a ferocious strike from outside the 18 yard box to score his second goal this season for his side.

Amankwah joined Red Bull Salzburg on a five-year deal from Ghana Premier League outfit West African Football Academy (WAFA SC) for an undisclosed fee in 2020.

He is playing for Salzburg's feeder side FC Liefering on loan to aid his development as a player.