Prince Tagoe continued with his fine form by helping Partizan Belgrade to win their 12th Serbian Cup on Wednesday evening.
The Ghana striker scored in Partizan's 2-1 win over Vojvodina Novi Sad. It was the first trophy lifted by Tagoe in Europe.
Tagoe opened the scoring on 16 minutes that sent Partizan on their way to the victory in heated game players of Vojvodina staged a walk off at a point in the game over the referee’s decisions.
The visitors equalized before Zvonimir Vukic converted a penalty to restore Partizan’s lead.
Vojvodina after having a goal disallowed walked off and sarcastically applauded Slobodan Veselinovic and the Partizan side who tried to persuade them to carry on playing.
They also refused to attend the medal ceremony, leaving Partizan to celebrate in front of 10,000 of their fans who had packed the south tier of Red Star Belgrade’s 55,000-seater stadium.
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