- Ghanaian forward Kevin Prince-Boateng featured as Hertha Belin came from behind to beat Greuther Furth
- The experience attacker led his team to a second successive win after a poor start to the season
- Prince-Boateng thanked the fans for showing up in their numbers
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Ghana forward, Kevin Prince-Boateng, played a key role for Hertha Berlin as they came from a goal down to beat Greuther Furth in the German Bundesliga on Friday night.
The 34-year-old lasted an hour and was replaced by Jurgen Ekkelenkamp as the capital-based club won their second game in a role.
In photos posted on Twitter by the attacker, he expressed joy after Hertha picked all three points at home.
"Thank you, the three points stay here," he captioned the photo on Twitter.
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Prince-Boateng started the game in midfielder and was oozing with maturity as he galvanized his teammates in crucial moments.
After a barren first half, it was the visitors who took the lead after Branimir Hrgota broke the deadlock in the 57th minute.
Boateng's replacement Ekkelenkamp needed just a minute after coming on to level for the hosts, Hertha Berlin.
With eleven minutes remaining Maximillian Bauer scored an own goal to give Hertha Berlin all three points.
This is the second successive win for Boateng and his boys after last week's victory at VfL Bochum.
Compatriot Hans Nunoo Sarpei was an unused substitute for Greuther Furth but Jamie Leweling came on in the second half for the visitors.
Hertha started the season with three staring defeats to Koln, Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich.
Kevin Prince-Boateng returned to Germany to rejoin his boyhood club in the summer transfer window after 14 years since leaving Hertha Berlin.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Ghana striker, Kevin Prince-Boateng, has sent a heartwarming message to his two sons after leaving them to return to Germany to play for Hertha Berlin.
The Hertha Berlin forward disclosed in a message on social media that he loves the two of them and misses them a lot.
In a Facebook post by the player, sighted by YEN.com.gh, Prince-Boateng shared a picture of himself and the two boys.