Ghanaian forward John Antwi has been urged to score more goals after hitting 100 in the Egyptian top-flight to become the first foreign player to reach that landmark.
Antwi after being honoured by his club Pyramids FC after reaching 100 goals in Egypt on Sunday, was given another special award before kick-off on Monday against Harras El Hodood.
The 28-year-old fox-in-the-box was presented with Pyramids FC replica jersey with 100 written at the back of it.
The club executives then urged the Ghanaian to score more goals for the club in the coming years to help them secure the prestigious Egypt Premier League title.
Antwi before kick-off was on 74 league goals and 102 in total since his debut in the Egyptian top-flight in 2015 where he starred for Ismaily.
The Goal-machine has been called up by Ghana coach CK Akonnor for the upcoming international break after his performance became so glaring to be ignored.
The former XI Wise attacker will make his return to the national senior team for the first time in three years.