Ghanaian teen sensation Felix Afena-Gyan has capped a successful season at AS Roma with the UEFA Europa Conference League win over Feyenoord yesterday. It was a very successful season for the youngster who rose to stardom this season. He was signed by AS Roma from lower tier side EurAfrica FC in Ghana for their youth side. He was quickly drafted into the senior squad by the legendary Jose Mourinho after impressing in their junior side.
He quickly made his presence felt when he scored a brace against Genoa to secure all the 3 points for Roma. He made a total of 17 appearances for the season. He also had his maiden national team call up to the Black Stars in their triumph over Nigeria to qualify for the world cup in Qatar in which he played a prominent role.
He ended a hugely successful season with a trophy after his side beat Feyenoord for the Europa Conference League title. He didn't play any part in the final but made 3 appearances during the tournament. He will be joining the national team in their African Cup qualifying matches next month.
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