Ghanaian midfielder Bernardinho Osah Tetteh exhibited sheer class on his debut for KVC Westerlo in their 1-1 stalemate with Tubize in the Belgian second-tier league at the Het Kuipje Stadion on Saturday.

The 21-year-old nimble footed midfielder joined Westerlo last month from Ghana Premier League side Great Olympics after impressing in a trial with the club.

He was expected to make his bow in the the side's 2-1 loss to Cercle Brugge last week following his performance in their two pre-season friendlies.

Tetteh, however, was not overlooked this weekend as coach Joris Mathijssen handed him his debut in their 1-1 draw with Tubize. He played for 63 minutes being taken off.

Tetteh is a product of the Ghanaian football school which belong to Dutch master scout Piet De Visser.