Ebuehi – Nigerian international defender, Tyronne Ebuehi scored his first Eredivise goal in four and a half years and on his 100th Eredivise appearance as his club, FC Twente gave up a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with visiting Feyernoord at the De Grolsch Veste on Sunday.
The Super Eagles star scored Twente’s second goal of the game on 14 minutes from a Luciano Narsingh’s assist after the homers had gone ahead a minute earlier when Narsingh was brought down by Marcos Senesi and Danilo netted from the penalty spot.
Feyenoord pulled one back in the 24th minute when Jens Toornstra lashed an excellent strike past Joel Drommel.
Twente then could have restored their two-goal lead in the second half with Narsingh wasting two huge opportunities. Firstly he was kept out by Nick Marsman, before an excellent challenge from Senesi denied the forward.
Feyenoord then made Twente pay as Dario Dumic brought down Luis Sinisterra and Steven Berghuis levelled the game with a penalty.
Ebuehi’s goal was his second in 100 games in the competition after he made his debut (interestingly) against Feyernoord in August 2014.He scored his first goal in the competition in August 2016,heading home ADO Den Haag’s third goal against Go Ahead Eagles on 82 minutes, three minutes after he was subbed on.
He has started all the 22 games he has played for his club so far this term and this brings his tally to 93 starts in his 100 games in the competition. He has scored twice and provided four assists overall.