Posted On Thursday, 4th April 2013
Ghana striker Prince Tagoe was again on the losing end in the Asian Champions League as Al Ettifaq fell 1-0 to Al Shabab on Wednesday.
The Saudi Arabian giants were beaten through a late strike by Naser Masood who scored the decider in the 81st minute.
Ghana striker Prince Tagoe was brought on late in the game to replace Ahmad Walpi Aqqash as they went chasing for an equalizer but to no avail.
The defeat leaves Ettifaq with just one point out of the three games played to leave the side at the foot of the table at the end the first round.
Tagoe has struggled to replicate his impressive goalscoring form upon his January arrival on-loan from Turkish club Bursaspor.
The 26-year-old scored four goals in four friendly matches when he first arrived but has since struggled to score for Ettifaq in competitive matches.