Former Accra Hearts of Oak winger Patrick Razak made his debut Champions League outing for Horoya FC as he got an 82nd minutes introduction into their game against Zimbabwe’s Platinum FC.
The 29-year old came of the bench to replace compatriot Ocansey, but his influence was just limited to cameo as his side won Tuesday’s encounter by 2-0.
Razak, after joining Horoya in in October last year, has failed to get playing time despite being part of the 18-man squad in their first three outings of their Champions League campaign.
However, leading by 2-0 at the Stade du 28 Septembre in Conakry, coach Patrice Neveu gave the former Tamale Utrecht academy star his maiden touch of the competition.
The WAFU Cup winner signed a 2-year deal with the Guinean side after impressive performance with Accra Hearts Of oak.
Horoya won by 2-0 to jumped to second place of the Group B table with Ghanaian duo Mandela Ocansey and Hudu Yakubu being on target.
Ocansey Mandela,Hudu Yakubu and Sebe Baffuor Kyei came into connection with both goals scored.
Former Ashgold defender Hudu Yakubu set up Ocansey Mandela’s opener and scored a superb second with an assist from Sebe Baffour.
After four rounds of matches with seven points in Group B, the Guineans are now one point behind leaders Esperance who beat Orlando Pirates 2-0 at home.