AS Roma youngster Felix Afena-Gyan registered his goal for the Black Stars of Ghana against Madagascar He made his debut for Ghana against Nigeria in March and was key as the Black Stars booked a ticket to the global showpiece in Qatar The Black Stars put up an outstanding performance on Wednesday night to brush aside Madagascar with a 3-0 win Felix Afena Gyan has netted his first international goal for Ghana as they lead Madagascar 2-0 in a 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying game on Wednesday. The AS Roma forward connected to Gideon Mensah’s ball to give Ghana a second goal at the Cape Coast Stadium.
It took the 19-year-old striker three games to score his debut goal for the four-time African champions. Felix Afena-Gyan celebrates his first Ghana goal with Kudus Mohammed. Credit: @ghanaballers Source: Twitter Back from recess, Ajax attacking midfielder Mohammed Kudus opened the lead for the Black Stars in the 54th minute. Two minutes later after Kudus’ strike, Afena-Gyan poked home from close range in the 56th minute to give the Black Stars a deserved cushion against the Barea at the Cape Coast Stadium.
Afena-Gyan was substituted in the 75th minute for Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo. He made his debut for Ghana against Nigeria in the 2022 World Cup playoffs back in March. The promising youngster played a role as the Black Stars booked a ticket to the global showpiece in Qatar.
Sports Brief earlier reported that Ghana’s teen sensation, Felix Afena-Gyan, has been gifted a beautiful pencil painting of himself by a fan as he prepares for the opening Group E AFCON qualifier against Madagascar. The 19-year-old is expected to lead the lines when the Black Stars of Ghana hosts Madagascar at the Cape Coast Stadium on Wednesday evening. In photos posted on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, a smiling Afena-Gyan could not hide his joy as he received the drawing. Source: Sports Brief News