Ghanaian forward Jordi Osei-Tutu snatched a point for VFL Bochum in their 2-2 draw in the house to Greuther Fürth.

The Ghanaian – born English who’s on loan from the English side, Arsenal scored his side’s decisive second objective in their return win in the Bundesliga II on Sunday afternoon.

Swedes assaulter, Branimir Hrgota broke the deadlock 7 minutes into the action to put the visitors 1 – 0 in the opening quarter of the match.

On the 43rd minutes, Thomas Eisfeld’s pass was latched on by Robert Tesche to grab the equalizer for the host to make the rating one-all entering into the period.

7 minutes after the break, Manuel Wintzheimer put Osei-Tutu through on objective with an inch-perfect pass which the 21-year-old made no error after going round the goalkeeper to slot home the 2nd for heaven and Whites.

11 minutes to complete time, Sebastian Ernst appeared with a world-class finish to restore parity for the away team making the score 2-2 with all to play for in the last 10 minutes of action.

Both teams could not transform the opportunities that came their way as the pressure got to both sets of gamers and the game completed two goals each on a sunny afternoon in Bochum.

Osei-Tutu has five objectives and 2 assists in 19 outings for his side this term.