Abdul Fatawu Issahaku’s spectacular goal propels Leicester City into FA Cup Quarter-Final



In a thrilling FA Cup encounter against Premier League side AFC Bournemouth, Leicester City found their savior in Ghanaian winger Abdul Fatawu Issahaku. Despite a tense stalemate during regular time, Issahaku’s stunning goal in extra time broke the deadlock and secured Leicester City’s spot in the quarter-finals.

Issahaku’s moment of brilliance unfolded just moments before the halftime whistle in extra time. Positioned on the edge of the box, the 19-year-old unleashed a mesmerizing curling shot that soared into the top corner, leaving Bournemouth’s goalkeeper Mark Travers grasping at thin air.

This pivotal goal not only clinched Leicester City’s progression to the FA Cup quarter-finals but also marked a significant milestone for the club, as they hadn’t reached this stage since their triumph in 2021.

Abdul Fatawu Issahaku’s impact extends beyond this memorable goal. Throughout the season, he has been a revelation on the pitch, tallying an impressive four goals and nine assists in 30 appearances across all competitions.

Currently on loan from Sporting CP, Issahaku’s stellar performance has positioned him as a crucial asset for Leicester City’s future endeavors. With talks of a permanent move looming in the upcoming summer transfer window, Issahaku’s continued presence promises to bolster the team’s aspirations for success on both domestic and international fronts.

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