- Osman Bukari has won the Serbian Cup with Red Star Belgrade
- The Ghana winger starred as Red Star came from a goal down to beat Cukaricki
- Bukari has completed the double with Red Star in his first season
Black Stars forward, Osman Bukari, has won the Serbian Cup with Red Star Belgrade following victory over Cukaricki in the final of the competition.
The Ghana international played a key role as the Serbian giants came from a goal down to beat Cukaricki at the Rajko Mitic Stadium in Belgrade.
Bukari has completed the double in his first season in Serbia, having already led the club to league triumph.
"Hard earned one, this was how much it meant to us. Thank you all for your love and support and all your congratulatory messages. Alhamdullilah for everything!" he wrote on Twitter.
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Meanwhile, on Thursday night, Cukaricki got off to a great start after Marko Docic gave them the lead in the 21st minute.
Red Star laboured throughout the first half but had to wait until the hour mark to get an equalizer through Aleksandar Pesic.
Persic scored the winner moments later as the Serbian giant successfully defended the Serbian Cup.
Bukari has instrumental in Red Star's success, scoring 15 goals across all competitions, as reported by transfermarkt.
Bukari scores debut goal
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana international Osman Bukari has hit the ground running at his new club FK Crvena Zvezda.
Osman Bukari added the icing on the cake as goals from Aleksandar Katai, Kings Kangwa and Milan Pavkov ensured Crvena Zvezda put four past Radnicki.
Bukari was on the scoresheet for Crvena Zvezda, commonly referred to as Red Star Belgrade, on his competitive debut as his side brushed aside Radnicki Nis in the Serbian top-flight.
Bukari scores maiden Ghana goal
Osman Bukari scored his maiden goal for Ghana against Madagascar in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
Bukari scored the third goal for the Black Stars with five minutes to end proceedings as he delivered a composed strike to ensure an emphatic victory for the home side.
The 23-year-old's goal came after Mohammed Kudus and Felix Afena-Gyan combined to give Black Stars a comfortable two-nil lead.