Ghanaian defender Godfred Asante has expressed delight his at lifting the Guinean Super Cup trophy.
The 28-year-old was influential for Horoya who overcame Wakriya AC de Boke to win the 2018 edition of the Cup.
Asante, who has now won 5 Super Cup titles since he joined the West African side from Dreams FC, told the club’s official website he is delighted with the win.
“I have a feeling of satisfaction to be today who offers a victory to my club but also a trophy which is the Super Cup. For a start, my goal is to help the club progress, to win trophies. That’s why choosing with a match, I always do it to confirm it with my place in the group and show the coach my talent,” he said.
The center-back explained how his side managed to navigate the win.
“It was not easy to cross the first 45 minutes. Since it is not secret for anyone what is one of the best clubs in the Guinean championship. They played well especially their middle which is very strong. In 2nd period it was still not easy to play but we did the basics. I intervened at the right moment ,” he explained.
He is at the club along with Ghanaian quartet Patrick Razak, Brefo Mensah, Mandela Ocansey and Sebe Baffour were in the Horoya squad for the game.
By El Akyereko
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