- Japanese fans of English Premier League clubs waited for their stars in the Ghana team to sign autographs for them
- Leicester City's Daniel Amartey and Crystal Palace's Jordan Ayew are fans favourites in the Asian country
- Both players featured in the Kirin Cup opener between Ghana and Japan at the Tokyo National Stadium
Ghanaian duo, Daniel Amartey and Jordan Ayew, are popular figures in Japan as fans waited to get autographs from the pair.
The fans, who seem to follow the English Premier League, waited patiently after the game between Ghana and Japan to get their shirts signed by the Leicester and Crystal Palace stars.
In photos posted on Twitter, Spotted by Sports Brief, fans held shirts and placards of the duo requesting their signatures.
Amartey, who has been playing for Leicester City since 2016, started the game against Japan on Friday together with Crystal Palace forward, Jordan Ayew.
Jordan Ayew netted a stunner in Ghana's 4-1 defeat to the Blue Samurais in the Kirin Cup opener.
The former Marseille striker just inked a year contract extension with the South London club after five years at Selhurst Park.
Black Stars suffer humiliating defeat to Japan in Kirin Cup opener
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana were humiliated in their opening game at the Kirin Cup after hosts Japan thumped the Black Stars at the Tokyo National Stadium.
The Black Stars suffered a 4-1 defeat to Japan following an abysmal display from a depleted Ghana side.
Coach Otto Addo was forced to change his team following ailment and injuries to most of his starters.
Jordan Ayew scores first Black Stars goal in 2022
The Crystal Palace forward had failed to score for months for the Black Stars, leaving Ghanaians worried ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
On a long scoring drought running from March 2021, Ayew found the back of a net with a superb goal to end his goal drought in the national team.
Source: Sports Brief News