Ghanaian forward Caleb Ekuban on target for Genoa in Serie A against Milan


In a thrilling match in the Italian Serie A on Sunday, former Ghanaian international Caleb Ansah Ekuban once again showcased his goal-scoring skills by finding the back of the net for Genoa in their 3-3 draw against AC Milan.


Playing as a vital member of the team, the former Trabzonspor player, Ekuban, stayed on the field for 87 minutes, making significant contributions to Genoa’s performance throughout the match.


Genoa got off to a strong start with Mateo Retegui converting a penalty in the fifth minute to open the scoring. Despite AC Milan’s equalizer by Alessandro Florenzi just before halftime, Ekuban put Genoa back in the lead with a powerful header just three minutes into the second half.


Although AC Milan managed to fight back and take the lead through goals from Matteo Gabbia and Olivier Giroud, Genoa showed resilience and salvaged a point with an own goal by Malick Thiaw, resulting in a thrilling 3-3 draw.


Ekuban’s goal in this match adds to his tally of four goals and two assists in 26 Serie A appearances this season, highlighting his consistent performance for Genoa.


With this result, Genoa currently occupies the 12th position in the Serie A standings with 43 points after 33 matches, as they strive to finish the season on a positive note.


Ekuban’s impressive display continues to be a bright spot for Genoa as they look to end the season strongly in the Serie A.

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