Ghanaian midfielder Joachim Adukor hit superlative form at Sarajevo on Sunday after he guided the side to record a commanding 4-0 win over their opponent Mladost Doboj Kakanj in the Bosnia-Herzegovinian Premier League.
Adukor, 25, played the entire game and was a strong pillar at the back for his side ensuring they kept a clean sheet.
The Ghanaian central midfielder’s incredible control in midfield and his boldness in surging forward hugely contributed to his side’s amazing victory.
Joachim Adukor, who joined Sarajevo from Greece side OFI Crete has been solid for his new side so far.
The Ghanaian international who is capable of playing as a holding midfielder was a member of the Ghana U23 side that qualified for the All Africa Games in Congo.
The indefatigable enforcer remains the prime target of Turkish Süper Lig newly promoted side MKE Ankaragücü ahead of the new season.