Journey man Shaloze Udoji made a telling contribution and scored in the first leg of the Cyprus Cup quarter final on Wednesday, reports Footballlive.ng.
The Nigerian born midfielder found the back of the net for Enosis Paralimni who mustered a 2-2 draw against Pafos FC at the Stadio Stelios Kyriakides (Paphos).
His goal arrived in the 44th minute of the four-goal thriller.
Udoji, 32, has featured for Platanias, Lillestrøm, Dinamo Minsk, Qingdao Jonoon, Aris, Atromitos, Braşov, Astra, Asteras Tripolis and CSKA Sofia in the past.
He represented Bulgaria at U-21 level in 2007 in a friendly game against Greece U-21 scoring two goals in the process, but FIFA later ruled that he is ineligible to represent them in future games.
FIFA ruled he could only represent Nigeria, but the former CSKA Sofia midfielder has not been capped by Nigeria at any level, since the ruling by the world soccer body.