Former Nigeria youth international Chidera Ezeh showed his prolific side in front of goal once again with a brace for second division champions Portimonense in their 3-3 draw against Leixoes.
Ezeh joined Portimonense from league giants FC Porto in the summer but as exclusively reported by Owngoalnigeria.com, the deal has been converted into a co-ownership deal with Portimonense having 60% if his economic rights.
19 year old Ezeh scored his first senior goal two weeks ago to fire Portimonense to a 2-1 win over Deportivo Aves, after putting aside the numerous injury worries that has slowed down his progress.
Highly rated for his dribbling and shooting abilities, he has 11 appearances to his name this season, coming on as a substitute in seven of the games he has played this season.
His future for now appears to be away from Porto, the team he joined as a 16 year old, with Portimonense, who have just been promoted to the top division in Portugal after finishing as champions of the second division keen on holding on to him.