- New Black Stars forward, Daniel Kofi-Kyereh, is receiving enormous attention on the internet
- The St Pauli attacker is winning over some Ghanaian girls
- Daniel Kofi-Kyereh was born to a Ghanaian father and a German mother
New Black Stars striker, Daniel Kofi-Kyereh, is attracting massive attention from Ghanaian girls after photos of him in camp dropped on Twitter.
The striker joined the Ghana national team for the first time after receiving a call up from coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor.
In photos posted on Twitter by 3Sports and Sports images, female fans on Twitter have reacted, with some saying they have found their new crush.
"our new crush is here !!!," wrote Makaila.
Stephanie Frimpong wrote, "Beautiful boy."
Daniel Kofi-Kyereh will now have new followers who are going to watch Black Stars games because of him.
"Have to start watching our matches," added Khaly Becca.
Although the Saint Pauli forward received a late call up from the Ghana coach, he is expected to play a role in Friday's match against Ethiopia.
"I am very proud and honoured to be part of the national team," wrote Kyereh on Instagram as he captioned photos of himself in national colours.
The Black Stars begin their 2022 World Cup qualifiers this evening in Cape Coast and will travel to South Africa for the second game.
However, Kofi-Kyereh won't be part of the team to Johannesburg due the Bundesliga's travel restrictions.
The 25-year-old is enjoying a decent campaign in Germany, having scored a goal and provided three assists in five games.
Daniel Kofi Kyereh was Saint Pauli's top scorer last season, hitting nine goals and providing nine assists.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, captain of the senior national team of Ghana, Andre Ayew, has said it is important for the Black Stars to start the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on a bright note.
According to the Al Sadd striker, Ghana has to start well, as the team aims at making a return to the global showpiece after missing Russia 2018.
In a pre-match interview after the team's last training in Cape Coast, Ayew told reporters the team is battle ready for the Walias of Ethiopia.
Source: Sports Brief News