Black Stars Striker, John Antwi, has scored once again in the Egyptian top flight. The prolific striker has scored the first goal of their game against his former club, Mirs El - Maqasa. He scored in the 30th minute of the game. The unstoppable striker also scored last week. The team is currently 3rd with 60 points after 31 games.
Antwi has been very instrumental for the Egyptian giant, Pyramid FC, in the ongoing season. He has written his name in the history book of the league after scoring over hundred goals in the league, making him the first foreign player with the most goals. The player has also been consistent in the league playing for three different clubs all in the top flight.
As I said last week, this is certainly a good news for the Coach of the senior national team, C.K Akonnor, who is preparing to take up his first assignment after taking over as the head coach of the team. Antwi's performance will be key for the national team in the quest to search for a replacement for departing legendary striker, Asamoah Gyan.
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