‘It’s always an honour’ – Jerome Opoku after starring for Ghana in March friendlies

Istanbul Basaksehir defender, Jerome Opoku, has shared his thoughts following his participation in Ghana’s international friendlies against Nigeria and Uganda.

The tall defender started the match against Nigeria but was shown a red card in the 60th minute despite a commendable performance on the field.

Opoku scored his debut goal for Ghana in the 2-2 draw against Uganda, demonstrating his capabilities throughout the entire game held in Marrakesh, Morocco.

His presence and contributions marked him as one of the standout players during the international break, positioning himself strongly for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers scheduled for June.

Expressing his excitement, the England-born center-back took to social media stating, “It’s always an honor.”

The 25-year-old has been impressive for baseksehir throughout the campaign since joining on loan.

Opoku is on loan at the Super Lig team from Arouca FC in Portugal. Istanbul’s club holds the possibility of converting the loan into a permanent transfer once the season concludes.

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