Nigerian striker Emmanuel Dennis came off the bench to get the late winner for Club Brugge in their 2-1 victory over ten-man LASK in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.
The former Zorya striker scored in the 89th minute to secure qualification to the group stage for his club.
LASK striker Yusuf Otubanjo was a 90th-minute substitute for James Holland.
Hans Vanaken powered Club Brugge in front of Ruud Vormer’s assist in the 70th minute.
But an improved performance saw Joao Klauss level things from a spot-kick for the Austrian side.
Gernot Trauner was sent off for a second bookable offence and coach Philippe Clement replaced the tired David Okereke with Dennis in the 88th minute.
Substitute Emmanuel Dennis ensured that the home fans found their voice in the 89th minute with a beautiful strike.
The strike is the second for Emmanuel Dennis in all competitions this season.