Former Hearts of Oak skipper Thomas Abbey opened his goal scoring account for PKNP FC in their 1-1 stalemate with Felda United in the Malaysia Super League on Sunday afternoon.
The Ghanaian midfielder opened the scoring for his new side with a smart finish on the 37th minute of the encounter.
But the home side rallied to earn a draw in the game.
Abbey, 25, joined the Sea Blue lads after terminating his contract with Egypt Premier League side Ismaily SC last year.
The former Hearts of Oak skipper has just registered his firts goal in four appearances for PKNP.
Abbey was member of the Black Stars B team that defeated Nigeria 4-1 to clinch the 2017 WAFU Cup.
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