Nigeria Rio 2016 top scorer Sadiq Umar is not slowing down on his new found form for Italian side Roma as he scored his second goal in as many game to help them draw 1-1 against French giants PSG.
His goal dragged the game into penalty kicks and Roma eventually lost 3-5 after Gerson missed his spot kick while PSG were successful with all their efforts.
PSG took the lead in the 37 minute through Marquinhos, a lead they hanged onto till the 60th minute when substitute Sadiq Umar levelled matters for Roma.
The giant Nigerian striker was introduced by coach Eusebio Di Francesco at the half time break as part of six substitute who came on for the Rome out.
Fifteen minutes after his introduction, he latched onto a superb pass from fellow substitute Gerson after escaping his markers in the box of PSG. His first time control on his lap gave him the cushion to blast the ball home to draw his side level.
The goal was his second goal for the team in consecutive pre season friendly games, with the first earning them a 1-0 win over Slovacko, before his latest strike.