Belgium based Ghanaian forward Isaac Nuhu extended his superb form in the Belgium PRO league with another game changing performances at home to KRC Genk.
The attacking prodigy wowed fans across the thrilling 90 minutes in a heated 3-2 win to keep their place at the summit of the league log.
Having featured in 8 of the opening 10 league matches for KAS Eupen, the 20-year centre forward confirmed his class on the pitch with series of attacking moves alongside Smail Previjack.
Kristian Thorsdvedt opened the scoring for the visitors with 11 minutes on the clock before Smail Previjack pulled parity from the spot.
Jordi Amat was the sent off for the host with a straight red card just 15 minutes after recess to leave the home team with a herculean task.
Ike Ugbo restored the lead for the visitors with 20 minutes to play only for Smail Previjack to peg the game at 2-2 with a belter on the 86th minute.
Jonathan Heris then broke the back of the visitors with a last gasp winner deep into injury time to keep the points on home soil.
KAS Eupen kept their place at the summit of the log with 20 points from 10 league matches.
Despite not finding the back of the net in his 90 minutes and getting booked along the game, only Smail Previjack was rated ahead of the Ghanaian forward.