Ogenyi Onazi was a 78th minute substitute as Greek side, Panathinaikos forced Lazio to a one all draw in an Europa League game on Thursday.
Onazi, who was recently capped at full international level for Nigeria, went on in place of Brazillian, Hernanes.
Lazio paid the price for complacency, as they rested on an amazing Panathinaikos own goal and were caught for a 1-1 draw in the final minute.
Lazio took the lead almost by mistake. Goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis rushed off his line to clear from Floccari and passed it to Seitaridis, who simply didn’t look up and went for the back-pass, not realising he was in fact rolling the ball calmly into an empty net on 25 minutes. It was an unbelievable howler.
Panathinaikos tried to fight back from another corner, but the Jose Manuel Velazquez free header was nodded into the ground and back out.
Mauro Zarate was introduced for the second half and Floccari’s glancing header flashed across the face of goal.
The game was suspended for a few minutes, as there were clashes between local fans and police outside, so tear gas floated into the stadium.
Lazio ran a risk in the final minute with a free kick not dealt with at all well, eventually hoofed clear for a corner. That wasn’t controlled either and Panathinaikos substitute Toche’ bundled the ball over the line from four yards as Vitolo’s cross floated over both Floccari and Ciani in the 90th minute.