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Dauda Mohammed hits debut goal for Cartagena as they suffer 4-1 defeat against Las Palmas in Spain Featured

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Sensational Ghanaian striker Dauda Mohammed climbed off the bench to score his first goal for Spanish Segunda División side FC Cartagena.

The Albinegros succumbed to a 4-1 defeat against UD Las Palmas at the Gran Canaria stadium in the second tier.

 

Cartagena fell flat in the final stretch of the first half as they left it wide for the Pío Pío lads with goals from Viera, Pejiño, Jesse and Venezuelan striker Adalberto Peñaranda.

 

Mo Dauda’s compatriot Richard Boateng was sent off in the second half and Dauda scored the only goal for the Albinegro in the 83rd minute.

 

His goal was a great masterpiece beauty created at the right wing from the edge of the area.

 

He will be looking forward to hammer more goals in subsequent games as he has scored his first goal for Cartagena since he arrived on loan from Belgian club Anderlecht.

 

The former Asante Kotoko goal poacher have a contract with Anderlecht which will come to an end in June 2023.

 

By: Pascal Nii-Gogo Amoah

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