In his debut match for Plymouth Argyle Football Club, Mustapha Bundu made a notable contribution by assisting a goal.

Plymouth celebrated a remarkable 6-2 victory over Norwich in the EFL championship, marking their first win against them in over 36 years. Bundu, coming on in the 87th minute, set up Luke Cundle’s strike in the dying moments of the game, making the score 6-2.

It was Luke Cundle, as a substitute, who pushed the score to six during extra time, marking Argyle’s highest tally in a second-tier match since their 6-1 triumph over Huddersfield Town on August 22, 1987. This resounding victory, being their second in six matches, propels Plymouth to the 11th spot on the table, pushing Norwich down to sixth.

Plymouth Argyle had recently welcomed Bundu, the Sierra Leonean striker, into their fold, signing him from the Belgian outfit, Anderlecht. The 26-year-old, who has represented Sierra Leone 14 times, has committed to a two-year contract with the Pilgrims.

Tracing back Bundu’s football odyssey, it began at the Craig Bellamy’s Football Academy in Freetown. His career journey has seen him play for teams like Hereford, AGF Aarhus, and most recently, Anderlecht.