Offensive midfielder Daniel Kofi Kyereh once again demonstrated his finesse in front of goal as he scored a magisterial finish for SV Wehen in their 2-0 win over Nurnberg in the German Bundesliga II on Saturday.
The 23-year-old, born in Accra to a Ghanaian father and a German mother, has now stoke the fire to his season and is firing his club back to the aces.
Trapped in the relegation zone, Wehen needed victory badly in Max-Morlock-Stadion in Nuremberg and it took the former Wolfsburg academy player to propel them to a win.
German player Manuel Schaffler scored first for the visitors in the first-half before Kyereh wrapped up the victory for his side with an impressive finish three minutes into the second-half of the game which had over 28,000 fans on attendance.
Saturday’s goal marked his second in two games for Wehen and his 3rd in all competitions so far this season.
He finished last season as the second highest scorer for Wehen in the club’s quest for a Bundesliga II ticket.
Signed acquired the forward as a free agent after he left TSV Havelse in 2018 where he was valued at €150,000.
By El Akyereko
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