English-born Ghanaian attacking midfielder Jesuran Rak-Sakyi continued his blistering performance in the English U18 Premier League with two assists for Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace Under-18s flexed their attacking muscles to defeat West Ham United 5-1 in their match-week 21 encounter on Wednesday afternoon.
The 18-year-old set-up two goals for the Eagles lads to record a convincing win over West Ham United to keep their season hopes alive.
A hat-trick from David Omilabu and other goals scored by Jack Wells-Morrison and Dany Quick propelled Crystal Palace U18 to a sweet victory over West Ham United U18 side.
Rak-Sakyi was replaced by Ola Adebomi on the 84th minute of the game.
He has had a tremendous season at Crystal Palace youth sides, scoring seven goals and providing 5 assists in his 15 appearances in all competitions.
Rak-Sakyi, who was born to Ghanaian parents in London is eligible to represent either Ghana or England at any level in future.
He joined Crystal Palace from Chelsea on a free transfer at age 16.
The London born of Ghanaian descent will be Crystal Palace after the end of the season following his refusal to sign a professional contract with the club.