Goal thirsty Ghanaian forward Thomas Duke Labik rescued his Swedish side Linero IF from starring defeat with a powerful brace in an exciting four goal threat.
The sharp shooting attacking tallied his third league goal in the last 4 matches to inspire his team into a priceless point in a 2-2 top liner.
Arlovs BI raced into a resounding 2-0 lead in the end to end thriller before Thomas took the game by its horns and unleashed his predatory prowess in an octane rated last 18 minutes.
Arash Saleh Mohamed opened the scoring for Arlovs on the stroke of half time before Ali Alawieh doubled the lead for the host.
The Ghanaian import then halted the deficit on the 76th minute before unleashing a toxic volley to peg the game at 2-2 with three minutes left on the clock.
Inspired by his brace and in search of his first hat-trick in the colors of Linero IF, Thomas almost took the match home with another artful strike that missed the goal by inches in the dying embers of the game.
Linero IF kept their place in the top four with that come back point but are now 17 points adrift of the league leaders in the Swedish lower tier showdown.