Dutch-born Ghanaian promising goalie Edwin Danquah was in outstanding form for the Under-18 team of Dutch side De Graafschap as they clinched promotion to the first division of the Dutch U-18 league on Saturday.
Danquah, 18, made some incredible saves to ensure that his team left the pitch with the maximum points that moved them to the first division with a 3-2 victory over FC Utrecht.
In a home game, the Ghanaian youngster kept the post decently and intervened with some timely saves to help De Graafschap.
The win means that De Degraaschap have secured second place in the league and will play in the top division alongside first-placed FC Twente.
The promotion to the first tier of the youth competition will see Danquah and his De Graafschap teammates test their mettle with Ajax, Feyenoord Rotterdam, and PSV Eindhoven, among others.
What remains unclear is whether the budding goalie will join the Under-21s or the first team for the coming pre-season preparations.