Eric Warden scored as early as the 3rd minute to set his Greece side, Iraklis Psachna on the way to a first victory in 8 games following a 4-2 result over Fostiras on Sunday.
Further goals by Equatorial Guinea international, Randy and Christos Patsatzoglou put Iraklis 3-0 up at halftime before it became 4-0 following Randy’s second strike in the first minute of the second half that rendered useless Nicola Gacesa’s two late goals for Fostiras.
The three points also brought to an end Iraklis’ 5-match losing run and push them up to 10th on the 13-team table of Greece football’s North section of second tier league, but their 19 points from 20 games leaving them still stuck to the relegation play-off zone.
For Warden however, it was a second straight game in which the Ghanaian hitman has found the net for Iraklis following his injury time consolation against Apollon Smirnis last week.
It’s also a 5th strike of the season for 22 year old who is eagerly looking forward to put his services up for his country’s national team selectors.
The hugely talented striker boasts among his nearly four years experience playing in Europe, stints at Celta Vigo in Spain as well as Fokkikos, also in Greece.
Now Eric Warden hopes to bang in more goals to keep Iraklis up in the second tier of Greece football whilst also hoping banking on attracting the attention of bigger clubs. Follow @thedonplato
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