Arsenal on loan star Jordi Osei-Tutu has recorded his second consecutive start for his present club, but was a bit unfortunate to concede one of three penalties in a controversial draw between VfL Bochum and Osnabruck.
Bochum took an early lead, before Saulo Decarli conceded a penalty in the 10th minute to set up an equaliser. Thankfully for Bochum, the penalty was saved which saw the score line remained at 1-0.
However, luck ran out on Osei-Tutu as he conceded a penalty just before half-time and Niklas Schmidt made no mistake at the second time of asking.
Here is a 0:17 clip of how the incident happened which resulted to the goal.
The 20-year-old right-back made six tackles, three interceptions and created two chances at the other end but the match ended 1-1 despite Bochum getting a penalty at the second half of the match.
Osei-Tutu, moved to Arsenal in 2015 after being signed from Reading’s academy for a fee of around £100,000.
He became the fourth Ghanaian youth player to rise through the ranks at Arsenal prestigious academy in recent times after Daniel Boateng, Zak Ansah and Emmanuel Frimpong.