Mathew Cudjoe Anim has expressed his delight after scoring his first goal in Asante Kotoko’s 2-0 win over Ebusua Dwarfs on Sunday.
The 16-year-old forward who was introduced into the game by Maxwell Konadu to replace Martin Antwi in the 78th minute swiftly made his presence felt in the game which was played behind closed doors as he struck in the 86th minute to snatch the lead for the Ghanaian powerhouse.
Anticipation, control and precision…first goal for the Porcupines @betty_anim1 @AnimSammy pic.twitter.com/b4NoQSzCFa
— Cobby Afriyie (@PrinxRandy) January 19, 2020
Striker Richard Arthur who was also a substitute in the game after coming on to replace Songne Yacouba who missed a penalty in the 15th minute, grabbed the second goal for Kotoko as they clinched their first victory in three games.
Anim, who could not hide his joy, took to Twitter to appreciate his teammates for the ‘great teamwork’ in their deserving 2-0 win on the evening.
”What an Evening in this Amazing stadium!!! great Team Performance!!! Just one Word Happy!!! ,” the youngster tweeted.
What a Evening in this Amazing stadium!!! great Team Performance!!! Just one Word Happy!!!⚡️⚡️⚡️😁⚽️🔥💯🔴⚪️#Reds #Cudjoe #16 #RiseAbove #MirrorReflection #Porcupine @ASAMOAH_GYAN3 @AnimSammy pic.twitter.com/UhrnPnxFG3
— Mathew Anim Cudjoe (@CudjoeAnim) January 19, 2020
READ ALSO: GPL week 5: Hearts stage comeback to beat Liberty, Matthew Anim Cudjoe scores in Kotoko win