Gyan scores with the heart for Ghana, not legs - Avram Grant
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Ghana mentor Avram Grant keeps on laudding Asamoah Gyan, saying the world-class striker scores with his heart, not legs when speaking to his nation at the worldwide level.
The 28-year-old objective machine conveyed the projectile that gave the Black Stars a life saver in the continuous Africa Cup of Nations.
The Al Ain assailant scored an astounding objective at the demise to hand the West Africans a valuable and critical 1-0 win over high-flying Algeria to make Group C completely open.
The Ghanaians will depend on the strength of the previous Sunderland man in front of Tuesday's must-win diversion against South Africa, and mentor Avram Grant keeps on lauding his commander for his magnanimous part.
"Anyway what he did [late strike against Algeria] was exceptionally noteworthy for me. It is not simple to score an objective like this in the last minute," he said.
"It was not with the legs, it was with the heart. Furthermore I need to him to be the image for Ghana – for what's to come."
Gyan will be planning to set another Ghana scoring record at the Nations Cup in the wake of rising to Osei Kofi's seven-objective pull at the mainland masterpie