- Black Stars winger Osman Bukari has given back to his alma mater
- The Red Star Belgrade winger scored as Ghana drew with Angola
- Bukari attended Kwahu Mamfe Basic and Junior High School in the Eastern Region
Ghana and Red Star Belgrade winger, Osman Bukari has donated sports items to his former school as part of support for his alma mater.
Bukari, who is currently in camp with the Black Stars team, presented two sets of jerseys and footballs to Kwahu Mamfe Basic and Junior High School in the Eastern Region.
The presentation was done on behalf of the player by his family as he takes part in international duty with the senior national team.
"Donated footballs and sets of Jerseys to the pupils of my alma mata, Kwahu Mamfe Basic School and Junior High School earlier today. This and many more to come!," wrote the winger on social media.
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Meanwhile, Bukari was Ghana's star in Angola after coming on in the second half to score the equaliser as the Black Stars return home with a point in the AFCON qualifier.
The Red Star Belgrade forward made the difference on Monday and was close to fetching the winner for the Black Stars.
"Loved the team spirit. It’s only gets better. Alhamdullilah!," an excited Bukari wrote after the game.
Bukari and his Black Stars teammates arrived in Ghana in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Bukari scores as Ghana draw in Angola
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Osman Bukari needed only sixty seconds to make an impact after scoring immediately following his introduction in the game against Angola.
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The Black Stars conceded early in the second half after Reading striker Lucas Joao scored from the penalty spot.
The hosts started the game brightly with midfielder Fredy testing Ghana goalkeeper Lawrence Ati Zigi from long range after just eight minutes.
Bukari hits 'siuu' celebration
Osman Bukari performed Ronaldo's famous 'siuuu' celebration after netting on his World Cup debut for the Black Stars of Ghana.
The Red Star Belgrade forward, who was a second half substitute, reduced the deficit as the Black Stars lost 3-2 at the Stadium 974.
In a video posted on social media, the winger - who headed home from a Baba Rahman cross - celebrated in front of his idol.