Egypt international Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet bagged a double as Kasimpasa claimed their second home win in a row, beating Akhisarspor 2-0 in the Super Lig on Sunday.
After the two teams headed for the interval deadlocked, the Anderlecht loanee broke the deadlock with a sweet strike in the 51st minute.
The 23-year-old ensured the result with his second in stoppage time after he connected with a pinpoint cross to make it 2-0 for the home side.
The brace took his tally for the season to a career best of six goals in 18 appearances since arriving in the summer.
Trezeguet had been struggling to make the desired impact in the Belgian First Division A since joining Anderlecht from Al Ahly ahead of the 2015/2016 season.
At Anderlecht, he struggled for game time and later joined Royal Excel Mouscron, also on loan.
Pharoah’s coach, Hector Cuper, will also be delighted with Trezeguet’s form heading to the World Cup in June.
Having also gotten on the scoresheet in The Apaches loss to Beşiktaş last week, Trezeguet will be hoping to make the scoresheet for the third consecutive time in Kasimpasa's trip to Yeni Malatyaspor on Friday.