Ashdod FC left-back Montari Kamaheni is elated with his first experience at the camp of the senior national team of Ghana.
The Ghana youth international was called as a late replacement for injured Gideon Mensah in Ghana’s world cup qualifying doubleheader against Ethiopia and South Africa last week and he admits he is pleased with the experience gained.
“It was a good feeling and a great experience, looking at the fact that it is the dream of every player to wear the national colors and fight for Ghana, and me being called upon for duty was something great,” Montari exclusively told sportsworldghana.com
“It is a good step for me as I continue to develop my football career. It was an excellent step. I learned so many things. The team is full of unity.” He added.
The 21-year-old defender has been in great form for Ashdod this season playing seven league games and providing two assists.