Streli Mamba found the back of the net in Paderborn’s 3-2 loss to RB Leipzig in Saturday’s German Bundesliga game.
After scoring twice against Borussia Dortmund last weekend, the 25-year-old maintained the form at Benteler-Arena.
Mamba, who was making his ninth league appearance for Steffen Baumgart’s men since his summer move, led his side’s attempt for a fight-back in the 62nd minute after they had conceded three first-half goals.
The German-Congolese beat goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo to reduce the deficit after he was set up by Laurent Jans.
Klaus Gjasula made it two goals for Paderborn but their visitors frustrated them to earn a point in the encounter.
Mamba, who has now scored five league goals this season, featured for the duration of the game along with Nigeria international Jamilu Collins while Ademola Lookman was an unused substitute for Leipzig.
The defeat further condemned the Benteler-Arena outfit to the bottom of the table with five points from 13 games.
Mamba will hope to help Paderborn bounce back from the setback when they take on Werder Bremen on December 8.