Curtis Good opened his goalscoring account for Dundee United on the weekend.
The 20-year old Australian defender, who joined the Tangerines on loan from Newcastle United at the end of January, netted an equaliser as the Tayside outfit came from behind to defeat Kilmarnock 3-2 at Tannadice.
After Gary Mackay-Steven opened the scoring for Jackie McNamara's men, Alexei Eremenko and Kris Boyd had Killie ahead by the 63rd minute, but Good was quick to pull United level.
The former Melbourne Heart young gun produced a glancing front post header from a Mackay-Steven corner inside Craig Samson's far corner to notch up his first Scottish Premiership goal in just his second league outing.
That leveller preceded a later winner from John Rankin as United completed a dramatic comeback to move up to fourth on the Scottish table.
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