Sierra Leone striker, Mohamed Buya Turay, scored on his debut for Belgian top-tier side Sint Truiden in it 1-1 home draw against Lokeren on Saturday.

Turay, 23, who started on the bench made immediate impact netting in the 84th minutes after coming on as a 61st-minute substitute to cancel out Guss Hurperts 78th minute opener for Lokeren at the Stayen Stadium.

The result was the third draw in a row for Turay’s new club, but a good way to announce his potential in the Belgian top flight after joining from Dalkurd on Wednesday.

The In-form attacker is expected to be part of the Sierra Leone squad for the matchday two of the African Cup of Nations Qualifier in Hawassa, Ethiopia slated for 9 September.

Sint Truiden new boy rescue club with debut goal

Sint Truiden new boy Turay, who scored celebrated with his teammates. 

Sierra Leone's Mohamed Buya Turay was introduced in the Duckens Nazon in the 61st minute for his debut home match.

 Mohamed Buya Turay replaced Duckens Nazon in the 61st minute for his debut home match.

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