The future appears to be better for Black Stars of Ghana as players abroad kept making impact for their respective clubs. Those plying their trade in and outside Europe have had a delicious story to boast of this weekend. Following those splendid displays for their teams, they will be arriving in the country to represent Ghana on Saturday, heavily gingered.
Captain Dede Ayew has been in a fine form for Al Sadd as he boasts of four goals out of five outings. He converted from the 12 yard for his team this weekend. As Black Stars leader on the pitch, Dede Ayew arrives with a determined and reinvigorated spirit to battle for his country of origin. Leadership by example is the case here.
Kamaldeen Sulemana was in the thick of affairs for Rennes when they hosted a star-studded Paris SG. From the onset of the game, the striker announced an avowed ambition of putting the ball at the back of Gigi Donnaruma. He was hampered in the process by Kimpempe, nonetheless he provided a live-saving assist for the game’s opener. His club went into recess with the lead only to add the second in the second part of the fixture. Kamaldeen Sulemana gave an irresistible reason why Milovan Rajevac should deploy him ahead of his competitors. His performance kept PSG back line on the alert and they got drained along.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, Jordan Ayew was in action for Crystal Palace when they took on Leicester City at home. Even though he did not register a goal, he contributed his quota to the overall output which got them a point as the game ended two goals apiece. He led the final line with Wilfred Zaha and that was instrumental for manager Patrick Vieira. As a seasoned striker for Black Stars, his exposure and experience will be vital for the team next weekend in Cape Coast.
Joel Fameyeh is also pouring out tangible reasons why he ought to make a start for the Senior National team. He keeps scoring for his side, Orenburg, and counts on replicating same for his mother country.
With such a remarkable performance from these players and their colleagues, Milovan Rajevac could be rest assured of what they could offer him this weekend, in Ghana and in Zimbabwe. The Serbian tactician looks ahead to a better start in his second coming, hence will require an impeccable display from his charges.
They will come home chest high due to how they performed this weekend. It gives hope for an unflinching support.
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