Ghanaian forward Sheriff Deo Mohammed’s FC Arouca, has been ranked the third best club with more goals in Portugal after the 2019/2020 was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Arouca FC finished third on the chat with 14 goals with FC Porto and Benifica finishing first and second with 16 and 15 respectively.
The newly promoted LigaPro side, beat premiership clubs like Sporting and
S.C.Braga to make the top three.
The former Black Stars ‘B’ striker will be playing in the LigaPro league in Portugal next season with FC Arouca, despite the season ending abruptly due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sheriff, 26, powered his side to the Campeonato de Portugal table with 58 points in 25 matches, eight above second place side Lusitania Lourosa before the coronavirus pandemic.
The Portuguese Football Federation, on Saturday, announced a decision to annul the 2019/2020 league season due to the rampaging coronavirus diseases which has affected everyone globally with Vizela and FC Arouca sealing promotion to the second league.
“The FPF Board recognizes sporting merit and will indicate, from among the leaders of the series at the date when the competition was concluded, the two clubs with the highest number of points. Futebol Clube de Vizela, Futebol SAD (Série A) and Futebol Clube de Arouca, Futebol SDUQ LDA (Série B) “, said a statement on the FPF website.