Callum Hudson-Odoi, a Chelsea striker, played an exhibition match with friends at Sakumono in Accra on Thursday night, just 24 hours after arriving in the nation.
With some members of his family and friends, the UEFA Champions League winner played football.
The game featured celebrities such as King Promise, musicians, and more.
The striker landed in Ghana on Wednesday and was greeted by King Promise, a Ghanaian artist, and other family members.
Since his arrival in Ghana, Odoi has been enjoying himself and has become a social media sensation.
The encounter in Queensland was a blast, and fans of the game will remember it for a long time.
Hundreds of people, including Chelsea supporters, flocked to the match centre to see the English footballer of Ghanaian origin.
King Promises Team5star and TeamCallum competed in the game.
Callum Hudson Odoi scored a hat-trick and assisted on a handful of goals as his team won 7-6.
Odoi and King Promise were applauded for showcasing football's talent to the crowd.
Hudson-Odoi switching nationalities to play for Ghana's national team, the Black Stars, is a dream of many Ghanaians.
Because of the new FIFA nationality changeover rules, Odoi is eligible to play for Ghana despite having played for the Three Lions.
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