Ghanaian forward Kwadwo Duah came off the bench in the 60th minute to score two goals as Ludogorets defeated Slavia Sofia 2-0 in the Bulgarian League on Thursday.
The former Nuremberg forward had an immediate impact, opening the scoring by squeezing the ball through the legs of the Sofia goalkeeper.
He completed his brace with a header in the 77th minute at the Alaksandar Shalamanov Stadium.
He has made only four appearances for Ludogorets, scoring two goals and providing two assists in the ongoing Bulgarian Parva Liga.
Ghanaian forward Bernard Tekpetey also played for 89 minutes before being replaced by Spas Delev.
This victory has moved Ludogorets to 4th position with 30 points, just two points behind league leaders Cherno More, after 14 games.