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Black Stars forward Inaki Williams went all religious after scoring his first goal for Ghana in the 1-0 victory over Madagascar in Kumasi.
The Athletic Club striker rose high to head home the winner in the final minute of the game as the Black Stars got off to a winning start in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Having tried several times to score his debut goal for the Black Stars, it finally came at the right time in an important game for the national team.
Williams has been heavily criticised by fans of the national team following a difficult time with the Black Stars.
However, the 29-year-old took to social media to share his excitement, showing gratitude to God.
"Finally," he wrote before adding: "It was not luck. It was God."
The Spain-born striker switched allegiance to represent Ghana at senior level, making his debut against Brazil in an international friendly in France last year.
Williams was part of the Black Stars team at the World Cup in Qatar and has since been a regular member of the Black Stars.
Inaki Williams scores debut Ghana goal
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Inaki Williams' debut goal for the Black Stars clinched Ghana a hard-fought victory against Madagascar to get off to a winning start in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The Athletic Club forward rose high to head home from a lovely cross from Gideon Mensah in the final minute of the game in Kumasi.
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The visitors started the better of the two sides, getting two corner kicks in the first five minutes, but failed to take advantage of the set pieces.
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Sports Brief also reported that Spanish club Athletic Bilbao have congratulated Inaki Williams after netting his debut goal for the Black Stars to clinch the West African side an important win in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The Spain-born forward rose high to meet a cross from Gideon Mensah in the final meet of the game against Madagascar in Kumasi.
Williams has been knocking the doors for his first for the Black Stars since making his debut in a friendly against Brazil in September last year.