Ghanaian forward Kamal Sowah has described Club Brugge’s Tuesday’s Champions League victory over Atletico Madrid as “epic.”
The former Leicester City FC player was one of the best performers on the night when the Belgium Jupiler Pro League side beat the Spanish La Liga team.
The 22-year-old scored in the first half after 26 minutes to give the home team the lead in their 2-0 comfortable win over Spanish side.
“My goal was actually not that difficult. I passed the ball to Ferran (Jutglà) and just kept walking, hoping I would get the ball back and that’s how the 1-0 happened, ” Sowah said.
He added: “I think we certainly deserved this victory. We have worked very hard the last few days with the whole team to achieve such a result. Especially the way we came out tonight, especially the tactical plan we had was just right.
“Of course, it is unbelievable that after my first goal for Club in Porto I could now also score against Atlético. And then all our supporters who went crazy. They kept chanting at us with all the consequences. 0-4 against Porto and now 2-0 against Atlético Madrid. I think I rate this victory higher. “