Red Hot Ghanaian Striker Antoine Semenyo Nets 6th Goal of the Season
- Antoine Elorm Semenyo scored again for Bristol City against Middlesbrough in the English Championship on Saturday afternoon
- Semenyo then secured the crucial second goal with his sixth of the season with a half-volley strike
- The English-born Ghanaian is in talks with the Football Association over a nationality switch following his form for Bristol City
Antoine Semenyo has extended his impressive scoring run in the English Championship after netting his sixth goal of the season for Bristol City.
The 22-year-old was on the score sheet as his side defeated Middlesbrough 2-1 at the Ashton Gate stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Semenyo scored Bristol City's second goal in the 68th minute before the away side got a late consolation through Matt Crooks.
The Robins drew first blood in the 7th minute when Semenyo found Andreas Weimann in space to slot the ball in.
The pair combined beautifully with 20 minutes to go as Semenyo secured the crucial second goal with a half-volley into the bottom corner after he was set up by Weimann.
The goal was Semenyo's sixth of the season, in 19 league games this season.
He has been involved in 13 league goals with seven assists, making him one of the most in-form Ghanaian players in Europe this season.
Semenyo On Ghana Radar
The Ghana Football Association has taken the initiative to convince English-born striker Antoine Semenyo to represent Ghana at the international level.
The London-born forward, who plays for Bristol City has been in good form in the English championship, raising the eyebrows of the federation.
According to reports, the 22-year-old has agreed to play for the Black Stars of Ghana pending approval from the Federation of International Football (FIFA).
How Ghanaian Semenyo Made the Dream Wedding for a Fan Come True
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Antoine Semenyo will forever be in the memories of Tony Haggerty, a Celtic fan and writer, whose dream wedding was made a reality by the 22-year-old English-born Ghanaian.
Tony Haggerty recalls the moment Semenyo scored an extra-time winner, which won him £11,123 for a coupon stake of £2.
Antoine Semenyo was playing for Newport in 2018 on loan, and scored the winner against Stevenage at Rodney Parade.
Source: Sports Brief News