07 Mar

Black Stars new boy Tariqe Fosu climbs off the bench to score his first goal for Brentford

Black Stars new striker Tariqe Akwesi Fosu climbed off the bench to register his debut goal for Brentford FC in the English Championship on Saturday afternoon.
Brentford picked a heavy home win over Sheffield Wednesday in their clash at the 
The Bees opened the scoring on 10 minutes through Josh Dasilva, before Emiliano Marcondes netted his first for the club eight minutes later.
Wednesday started slowly, having just 12 per cent of the possession in the first 22 minutes, but improved after going 2-0 down.
But the home side extended their lead five minutes before half-time after Marcondes provided an inch-perfect pass to Bryan Mbeumo who slotted home for the third goal.
Brentford sealed the win in the 73rd minute through Dasilva before Tariqe Fosu got the fifth to give his side their first league win since a 5-1 win over Hull City on 1 February.
He was introduced on 78th minute to replace Bryan Mbeumo.
Fosu has made four appearances for Brentford FC since joining them from Oxford United in January
He has earned his debut call-up to the senior national team of Ghana for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations double-header against Sudan later this month.
Fosu capped for England at Under-18 level in 2013 while at Reading but can play for Ghana due to his family heritage
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