Fabio Gama the Asante kotoko forward and Brazilian international has written his name in the history books of the Ghana premier league.
He is known as Ghana Coutinho to many Ghanaians due to his intelligence, dribbling skills and his cut-ins during football matches.
He featured in Asante kotoko's draw game against Eleven Wonders today, and during the game Fabio Gama picked a pass from halfway Wonders' center-half, and the Brazilian's perfect run was completed with an equally perfect right-footed thunderbolt into the net.
His goal gave Kumasi Asante Kotoko an early lead in the game, Fabio Gama is now the first Brazilian player to score a goal in the Ghana premier league.
On March 26, Fabio Gama announced that his wife was pregnant. "I've received one of the best news....I will be Papa again", he posted on Facebook.
congratulations to Fabio Gama
This is the link to watch the video; https://twitter.com/3SportsGh/status/1378384421133357062?s=20
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