Ghanaian teenager Basiru Alhassan is confident Al Wasl will bounce back after their 3-1 defeat to Al Ain in the UAE Pro League match day two.
The tireless midfield enforcer replaced Khalid Sabeal in the 63rd minute in midweek and had a great game on his debut despite tasting defeat on home grounds.
Basiru mentioned that in spite of the loss they had a great game.
“I was hoping for a win on my debut but it did not happen, we lost by three goals to one. It was not a bad game but we lost concentration and it cost us,” Basiru told Dailymailgh.com
“Personally, my output was good. I am looking forward to the next game. We will go all out for a win.”
Basiru, 19, has previously played for Mighty Jets, Dreams FC as well as Czech Republic giants Sparta Praque.
He joined Al Wasl in the the 2019 summer transfer window.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH