Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Renat Dadashov scored his second goal for Tondela yesterday.
The 22-year-old bagged during a 3-2 win over Farmalicao.
Dadashov is spending the season with the Primeira Liga side.
It’s been a fairly average start for the Portuguese outfit, having won two and lost five of their first seven league games.
So far, Dadashov has made seven appearances for Tondela.
He netted his first goal last weekend against Braga after coming on as a substitute.
And yesterday, he made it two in two, and managed to get a full 90 minutes under his belt for only the second time.
The youngster outjumped the Farmalicao goalkeeper, with the goal turning out to be the winner.
After the game, Dadashov took to social media to post about his goal – which he has dedicated to his grandfather, who has sadly passed away.
He said in an emotional tribute: “Today after the game I got the messages that you are not able to see my games live anymore.
“This goal was just for you grandpa I wish you could see it but I am sure you will see it I will miss you endless Rest In Peace I Love you.”
A good start for Dadashov
It is good to see Dadashov getting amongst the goals out on loan.
He took his goal against Braga really well the other day, and his header last night clearly suggests he can be a big threat in the air.
Hopefully, he can continue to make big strides this term.
And hopefully he is getting good support at Tondela right now if he needs it, following the sad news about his grandfather.