Ghana striker, Sadat Karim opened his goal account in the Swedish Allsvenkan League on Monday evening.
The former Hearts of Oak forward scored one of the goals as visitors, Halmstads BK rallied from two goals down to beat home side, Elfsborg 3-2 in the Swedish top flight.
In just a minute into the first half, Per Frick shot the home side into the lead having been assisted by Jacob Ondrejka.
Fourteen minutes after their opening goal, Jeppe Okkels doubled their lead with an assist from Johan Larsson.
The home side held on to the 2-0 lead until the 39th minute when Amir Al-Ammari pulled one back for the visitors moving into the break.
Back from recess, Halmstads BK doubled their effort which resulted in the equalizer from Marcus Antonsson in the 59th minute.
Sadat Karim scored the winner and his first goal in seven games of the Swedish top flight on the 88th minute.
He was delighted with his first goal and tweeted.
Fellow Ghanaian, Thomas Boakye was introduced into the game on the 65th minute for Erik Ahlstrand.
Swedish defender of Ghanaian descent, Joseph Baffo alongside Sadat Karim played the entire duration.
Halmstads BK lie 11th on the league table with 8 points from seven matches.
Halmstads BK earned promotion to the top flight last season.