Ghanaian forward Edwin Gyasi meets brother Raymond in Norwegian League on Sunday


Ghanaian forward Edwin Gyasi will clash with junior brother Raymond as Aalesunds FK take on Stabæk in the Norwegian Eliteserien on Sunday at Color Line Stadion (Ålesund).

Edwin, 26, who was recently handed a debut call up by Black Stars Coach Kwesi Appiah for Ghana’s 2018 World Cup double legged qualifiers against Congo has been the backbone of the Aalesunds squad since joining from Roda JC Kerkrade.

Photo: Edwin Gyasi and junior brother Raymond Gyasi

His younger brother Raymond Gyasi, who is a former Ghana Under-23 star, has also been an influential member of Stabæk.

The two brothers go at each other on Sunday as their respective teams clash in the Norwegian league match day 21 fixture.

The last time the two brothers met was in August 2017 in the NM Cup round 16 where Stabaek beat Aalesund

Ex- Ghana U23 winger Raymond Gyasi celebrates goal against Aalesund FK in NM Cup match

FK 3-0 with Raymond Gyasi registering his name on the scores sheet.

The presence of two Ghanaian brothers, who were born in the Netherlands, has dominated the major talking points in the European country and they will battle each other for supremacy in the crucial clash on Sunday afternoon.

Below are the last three meetings results of the two sides

2016.03.11: Aalesund 1-0 Stabæk

2015.06.21: Aalesund 1-1 Stabæk

2014.09.21: Aalesund 3-0 Stabæk

The match kicks off at exactly 17: GMT.

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