FK Vojvodina attacking midfielder Vincent Eze has said he is pleased with his goal-scoring form since he switched Serbian clubs in January.
The former Apollon Limassol ace scored twice in their 3-0 demolition of Mladost Lucani away from home, to take his tally to five in four games and underline his sharpness in front of goal.
Eze, who scored on his debut, tormented Mladost defenders with his sublime skills and daring moves.
Both goals were similar – a low drive on the edge of Mladost vital area which beat the goalkeeper completely.
“I couldn’t have felt happier than this especially after the two goals at the weekend, those were just pure class,” Eze recalled.
“The deafening sound of the drums and fireworks of both fans added extra charge to the game and it was delightful scoring before our traveling fans.
“I’m happy it’s turned out this way for me and I’m delighted to be here, the management, everybody is happy with me.
“I want to continue scoring and finish the season on a high.”
Eze described his goal against the biggest and richest club in Serbia, Red Star Belgrade, in a 2-1 loss earlier in the month, as equally fulfilling and timely.
“Scoring against top clubs is something to cheer about and also a boost to my worth and I’m happy to score against Red Star,” he said.
“It was an explosive game with the thousands of fans cheering, drumming and displaying amazing fire works.
“The press celebrated the goal and gave me a high rating.”
Eze has continued to impress since his arrival in Serbia last summer, belting eight goals for second-tier side Metalac GM to earn a well-deserved move to top side FK Vojvodina.
He had previously played in Turkey and Cyprus before arriving in the East Bloc country.
By Ikenwa Nnabuogor