Athletics News of Wednesday, 9 September 2020
Supply: Ghana Soccernet
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Subsequent his history-breaking feat in the Egyptian Leading League as the 1st international player to have scored 100 ambitions, Ghana worldwide John Antwi is delighted with his achievement.
Antwi reached the feat just after scoring the opening objective for Pyramids in their 2-1 league loss to El Gouna at the Khaled Bichara Stadium on Sunday Septemeber ,6.
The 28-yr-old striker previously scored 35 plans for Ismaily, 11 plans for Al Ahly and 40 aims for Misr Lel Makasa to attain his century.
In a write-up to celebrate his accomplishment on his formal Twitter web page following accomplishing this remarkable feat, browse, “If men and women are doubting how considerably you can go, go so significantly that you cant listen to from them and one particular working day they will inform men and women how they fulfilled you.”
“History created! Glory be to God. Defenders nightmare. Nonetheless, Believe”
“If individuals are doubting how considerably you can go, go so much that you just can’t hear them and a person working day they will tell people how they satisfied you.”
History designed!???? Glory be to GOD???? Defenders Nightmare???? Nevertheless_Believe that?????? pic.twitter.com/ShtoPi8qpu
— John Antwi (@johnantwi_29) September 8, 2020
The Ghana FA also congratulated the forward on this remarkable feat accomplished his occupation.
Keep on making Ghana proud!???????? pic.twitter.com/ELrIXNkxmR
— Ghana Football Association (@ghanafaofficial) September 7, 2020
Antwi has performed predominantly in Egypt all through his qualified occupation and showcased for Ismaily, Al Ahly and Misr Lel Makasa in prior seasons.
He has scored 14 objectives for his Pyramid FC in all competitions due to the fact becoming a member of them in July 2019.
The previous Dreams FC attacker is however to element for the Black Stars in a competitive sport irrespective of earning a call up in a World Cup qualifier which was unused substitute.
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