Former captain of the senior national team, the Black Stars Kwasi Owusu has been laid to rest.
The Ghana football legend who passed away in March has been buried in a boot-shaped casket, signifying his prolific goalscoring.
Ex-Black Stars players and sympathisers were among those who attended the final funeral rites of the late Kwasi Owusu.
Kwasi Owusu captained Ghana for several years in 1960s and 70s and represented Ghana at two Africa Cup of Nations, attending one Olympics Games tournament in 1972 and held the record of all-time certified top goalscorer for Ghana with 36 goals until 2013 where Asamoah Gyan beat that record.
In 1972 Africa Cup of Nations, Owusu netted three times to take the Black Stars to the finals where Ghana lost out to Sudan.
The former Bofoakwa Tano goal machine passed away on Monday, March 30, 2020 aged 72.