Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan feels vindicated after majestic display from Majeed Ashimeru against Madagascar


Asamoah Gyan’s advocacy for the inclusion of the Belgian-based player, Majeed Ashimeru, in the Black Stars has proven to be justified. The former Ghana captain’s stance was validated as Ashimeru, introduced at the start of the second half by replacing Baba Iddrisou, played a pivotal role in the team’s success.


Upon entering the game, Ashimeru swiftly made his presence felt, injecting a burst of pace and displaying exceptional control over the proceedings. His contribution was instrumental in shifting the momentum in favor of the Black Stars, leading to their dominance in the match against Madagascar.


The impact of the ex-WAFA player became evident as he not only maintained possession but also orchestrated the team’s movements effectively. This strategic control played a crucial role in securing a hard-fought one-nil victory for the Black Stars against Madagascar.


Gyan’s foresight in advocating for Ashimeru’s regular inclusion showcased the importance of experience and insight in team dynamics. The Belgian-based player’s performance highlighted his potential to be a key asset for the Black Stars in future endeavors, emphasizing the significance of well-informed player selections in achieving success on the football field.


This guy @MajeedAshimeru is the best midfielder in Ghana, after @Thomaspartey22 PERIOD. I have kept quiet on this but this nonsense must stop. Smh,” the ex-Sunderland striker fumed on Twitter.

Ashimeru missed the world cup after he was omitted d from Otto Addo’s squad for Qatar 2022. Asamoah Gyan immediately reacted after the game on twitter ”Now you understand why I talk about this guy?

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