Ghana defender Nicholas Opoku was in top form on Tuesday helping Udinese to hold AC Milan to 1-1 draw in the Italian Serie A crucial fixture.
The Ghanaian center-back played the entire duration as the White and Blacks left San Siro with a deserving point.
The former Berekum Chelsea defender who was handed a starting berth by Igor Tudor, played one of his best games for the away team with a master class performance throughout the entire duration of the match.
Meanwhile, compatriot Emmanuel Agyemang Badu watch the full duration from the bench.
Polish hot-cake forward Hozysztof Piatek shot Milan in front a minute before recess but Kevin Lasagna cancelled his opener in the 65th mark to deny the Italian giants all three points to the dismay of the home fans who thronged the stadium.
Opoku, was part of Ghana Coach Kwasi Appiah’s 24-man squad for the final Afcon qualifying match against Kenya and featured in the Black Stars team that beat Mauritania 3-1 in an international friendly clash.