Enterprising Ghanaian midfielder Salis Abdul Samed played full throttle for his team Clermont Foot FC on his return to first team action against Paris Saint Germain upon his recovery from a slight illness over the weekend.
Samed Salis missed the last round of fixtures before the international break when Clermont drew 2-2 with FC Metz at home due to a reported fever and fatigue.
The Ghanaian played full throttle for his team as they were brushed aside by Big Money Spenders PSG by 4-0 at the Parc des Princes.
He trained with his colleagues throughout the week as the newly promoted team faced a telling task against Star-studded PSG side which ended in a drubbing.
The youngster is a pivot in his team and has been a regular starter for his side playingaagainst Girondins Bordeaux, ESTAC Troyes and Olympique Lyon before his injury.
Samed, 21, a combative and box-to-box midfielder signed a permanent deal at Clermont in July 2021 from JMG Academy in Abidjan after dazzling for the team in then in Ligue 2 in his two successful loan seasons.