Nigeria forward Umar Sadiq put in a strong display as Partizan Belgrade recorded a 4-0 home win against Vojvodina in a Serbian Superliga fixture on Saturday.
The 22-year old played a crucial role in front of goal to help Savo Milosevic’s men bag maximum points against their visitors.
Partizan started the flurry of goals in the 29th minute when Natcho scored from the spot.
Sadiq provided an assist for Natcho for his second goal of the day in the 43rd minute.
The former Rangers of Scotland striker provided his second assist five minutes later for Zdjelar strike.
However, the As Roma loanee completed the rout for Savo Milosevic’s men when he scored the fourth goal in the 69th minute.
The Nigeria youth international, who was part of the national U-23 team that claimed a bronze at the Rio 2016 Olympics Games, has now scored six goals in 11 League appearances for the Serbian Super Liga outfit this season.