Teddy Teuma was one of Royal Union St Gilloise’s brightest players as the Belgian league leaders eased past RC Sporting Charleroi 4-0, on Saturday night.
The Malta midfielder, captain of the Belgian club, was in the starting formation and managed to leave his mark in one of the goals as his deep cross from the left-hand side forced Joris Kayembe in doing an own goal on the 78th minute, wrapping up the four-goal victory.
RUSG, who are making their first top-flight appearance in 48 years, have took the Pro League by a storm as they are first on 31 points after 14 games.
Teuma is named in Malta’s squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifications against Croatia and Slovakia. RUSG will return in action after this international window when they will travel to KV Ostende on November 21.