Antoine Semenyo, the forward from AFC Bournemouth who played for Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Angola, expressed his happiness after scoring the match-winning goal for the Black Stars on Thursday.
Coming on as a substitute in the second half, he scored from close range to secure a 1-0 win for his team.
In a post-match interview, Semenyo shared his joy about scoring his first goal for Ghana on home soil, and that he was happy to have helped the team. He also stated that he felt no pressure and that he would continue to be effective for the team.
“There was no pressure. I need to make sure I’m effective for the team. I always wanna help the team and be effective. I am happy today and we have to go again in the next few days.
“I’m really happy for the goal. I needed it, and the team needed it,” Antoine Semenyo stated.
Ghana will play the reverse fixture against Angola on March 27th.