Former United States men's soccer national team captain, Clint Dempsey feels he is Ghanaian after he was spotted speaking pidgin English.
The ex-Fulham winger is currently working as a pundit for the World Cup currently on going in Qatar.
In a video posted on social media, Dempsey was in the company of former England women's national team star Eniola Aluko, with the two speaking the Ghanaian version of pidgin.
The American played with ex-Ghana international John Painstil during their time together in the English Premier League with Fulham FC.
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Dempsey played against Ghana at three World Cups, scoring in the 2006 and 2014 games. Ghana beat USA in 2006 with the Yankees winning in 2014.
These days he works as a pundit, analyzing World Cup games.
Portugal beat Ghana in World Cup opener
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that five second-half goals ensured Portugal beat Ghana in their opening Group H game at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored in his fifth World Cup, and Joao Felix and Rafael Leao also netted for the Europeans, while Ghana reduced the deficit through Andre Ayew and Osman Bukari.
Portugal began the game dominating possession, winning a corner kick after just three minutes, but the set piece was well-defended by the Black Stars.
Osman Bukari explains 'siuu' celebration
Osman Bukari has explained his decision to perform the iconic Ronaldo 'Siuuu' celebration in front of his idol during the game between Ghana and Portugal in the Group H opener.
Fans took to social media to label the player as disrespectful for hitting the 'siuu' celebration while Ronaldo was watching on the bench.
In a post on social media, the Red Star Belgrade rejected claims of disrespect as he paid tribute to Ronaldo.