Ghana winger Albert Adomah scored and assisted in Nottingham Forest’s 3-0 win over Derby County in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday evening.
It was yet another great performance by the Ghanaian whose opener set the tone for deserved trashing of their arch rival.
Nottingham Forest grabbed the big home victory over their fellow Championship side Derby County at the City Ground.
The 31-year-old tucked the ball in to register the opener for the home side with a fine finish on the 25th minute after Rafa Mir flicked on Lolley’s corner which found the Ghana international.
After ten minutes of grabbing the lead for Forest, he assisted the second goal scored by Joe Lolley before Joao Carvalho completed their heavy win on the 79th minute.
He lasted the entire duration of the match with an electric performance.
Adomah has netted two goals with two assists for Nottingham Forest in his debut season.
Victory for Forest means Sabri Lamouchi’s side remain unbeaten in six games in all competition while Derby have not won any of their past four fixtures.