Armando Broja, on loan from Chelsea Football Club in England, continued his fantastic performance for Southampton Football Club on Wednesday night, scoring a stunning goal in their dramatic 3-2 comeback win against Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
The 20-year-old has been fantastic for the Saints since joining them on a season-long loan from the UEFA Champions League reigning champions, and he performed well for the club against the London-based team on Wednesday.
Armando Broja was handed a starting position in his club's assault with Scotland national team player Che Adams, and the pair performed well.
Jan Bednarek of Poland's national team scored an own goal in the 18th minute to give the home side the lead, and Armando Broja of the away team equalized in the 23rd minute to tie the game at 1-1.
Son Heung-Min put the home side ahead again in the 70th minute, and Mohamed Elyounoussi equalized for the away team in the 79th minute, before Che Adams scored the game-winning goal in the 82nd minute, bringing the match to a 3-2 conclusion.
Armando Broja was terrific for the Saints in the thrilling game, and he was able to cap it off with a spectacular goal.
The Albenian international has now scored a total of six League goals for Southampton this season, and he will be hoping to keep up his good run when they play their next game.
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