Brandon Borrello has scored his first goal for his German club Kaiserslautern.
Borrello, who left Brisbane Roar to join Kaiserslautern in July, struck in the 3-1 win over Holstein Kiel.
The striker played on the right wing and got the ball rolling for the Red Devils in the second minute at the Fritz-Walter Stadion.
David Kinsombi replied for Holstein Kiel 13 minutes before half-time, making it 1-1, but goals from Christoph Moritz and Osayamen Osawe sealed the win for the home team.
„Der FCK ist wieder da!“ skandieren die Fans am #Betze - der #FCK schlägt den Tabellendritten @Holstein_Kiel nach starker Leistung mit 3:1. Der Spielbericht: https://t.co/vDjXvtQJNp pic.twitter.com/hc0PfJ42Hk— 1. FC Kaiserslautern (@Rote_Teufel) February 9, 2018
The strike was Borrello's first for Kaiserslautern.
After struggling for game-time early in the season, the 22-year-old Australian has played in the last nine games in row.
Borrello has five assists from 14 first-team appearances this campaign.