The veteran striker was on the double as the Royals pounded the Porcupine Warriors 3-1 in week 26 at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday. Michel Otou opened Legon Cities scoring from the penalty spot with 17 minutes played before Hans Kwoffie’s double on the 28th and 47th minute. Salifu Mudasiru pulled one back in the first half but that will only be a form of consolation for the Porcupine Warriors.
Maxwell Konadu said: “He is one of the senior players we have and not a senior only in Legon Cities but in the whole country. “He has played for so long and we have to commend him for that. “He is still playing at the highest level, his performances is not questionable at all. “He is playing week and week out, he is training every single day, every minute and every single second.
“I think the hard work that he is putting in I think that is paying off.” Maxwell Konadu said at a post match press conference. Maxwell Konadu’s side now climb into 8th with 36 points from 26 matches into the 2021/22 league season.
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