Just 17 minutes was all it took for Adam Taggart to open his account in the K-League with new club Suwon Bluewings.
Having left A-League side Brisbane Roar last month, the Aussie started on the bench for Suwon against Ulsan Hyundai and was introduced for his debut in the 46th minute.
With Bluewings trailing 2-0, Taggart handed his team a lifeline as he finished clinically in the 63rd minute.
Taggart's goal from yesterday. pic.twitter.com/oXPwyEDAMY— Paul Williams (@PaulWilliams_85) March 1, 2019
Unfortunately for Taggart, Suwon couldn't score again as they fell to a 2-1 defeat to open their new K-League season.
Taggart's fast start to life in Korea comes after a solid campaign in the A-League where he struck 11 times from 18 appearances.
Elsewhere in the K-League, fellow Aussie Bernie Ibini wasn't in Jeonbuk Motors' match-day squad after his move to the Korean champions over the off-season as they drew 1-1 with Daegu.