Swiss-born of Ghanaian descent Kwadwo Duah registered his tenth goal of the season for FC St. Gallen in their heavy win over BSC Young Boys on Thursday afternoon.
FC St. Gallen has progressed to the next stage of the Swiss Cup after defeating BSC Young Boys 4-1 in the knockout stage at the Kybun Park.
Nigerian youngster Chukwubuike Adamu opened the floodgate for FC St. Gallen on the 33rd minute to end the first half in a 1-0 lead.
After the break, Duah doubled the score with a superb finish on the 50th minute as the visitors reduced the deficit after three minutes through Christian Fassnacht.
The 24-year-old was replaced by Jeremy Guillemenot after 69 minutes of game action.
Substitute Jeremy Guillemenot and Victor Ruiz scored two late goals to complete their heavy win over BSC Young Boys.
Black Stars goalkeeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi was in the sticks for the entire duration as Musah Nuhu was introduced on the 88th minute to replace Victor Ruiz.
Duah has netted 10 goals and provided two assists in his 26 game outings for FC St. Gallen in all competitions in his debut season.
He progressed through the youth ranks of BSC Young Boys where he earned promotion to the senior to feature 14 times, scoring three goals but was loaned out to several clubs including Servette, Neuchâtel Xamax FCS and FC Winterthur .
He left BSC Young Boys to join second-tier side FC Wil 1900 where he became an instant hit, bagging 12 goals with nine assists in his 35 appearances.
Duah joined FC St. Gallen on a two-year deal from FC Wil 1900 for an undisclosed during the last summer transfer window.
He is still eligible to represent Ghana at the senior level despite playing for Switzerland at the U18, U19 and U20 level.