English-born Ghanaian midfielder Malachi Boateng grabbed an assist in Dundee FC’s 4-1 victory against Livingston in the Scottish Premiership.
Malachi Boateng came on in the 57th minute to replace Ryan Howley.
The head-to-head record for the teams before the clash was Livingston 7 win(s), Dundee FC 10 win(s), and 2 draw(s). Livingston had 63% possession, but Dundee repeatedly stopped them doing anything with it, and hammered Livi with their 37%.
Amadou Bakayoko gave the Dee the lead before Harry Sharp saved a penalty late in the first half. Luke McCowan scored twice after the restart before being sent off with a second booking.
Tete Yengi of Livingston scored a penalty kick to equalize. However, the Dee won the game with a fast third goal from replacement Zach Robinson, and his teammate Michael Mellon added a wonderful finish.
Michael Mellon’s goal was assisted by Malachi Boateng. The goal was confirmed following VAR Review.