Ronan Curtis scored a brace as Portsmouth beat Blackpool 2-1 on Saturday.
The 22-year-old was playing just his second game for the League One side. Curtis, an Ireland U21 international, joined Pompey from Derry City earlier in the summer.
— Ronan Curtis #11 (@RonanCurtis1) August 11, 2018
The forward grabbed his first of the game with just under ten minutes on the clock, taking advantage of some calamitous defending by Blackpool.
With and hour gone, Curtis grabbed his second to double Portsmouth's advantage, latching on to a flick on to finish calmly past Mark Howard in the Blackpool goal.
Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett said after the game that Curtis has fitted in well at the club.
🎥 Manager Kenny Jackett on the performance of Ronan Curtis, who netted both of #Pompey's goals earlier against @BlackpoolFC 👇
Full video reaction from the boss and two-goal hero Curtis available for free on iFollow: https://t.co/tsBQWvcOaQ pic.twitter.com/RxsAjp3OET
— Portsmouth FC (@Pompey) August 11, 2018