The Black Stars winger had yet another good outing for his new side Stade Rennes in the draw against Tottenham Hotspurs where he assisted what could have earned the French side a huge win in the European Conference League.
Kamaldeen Sulemana, following his goal involvement, becomes the first Ghanaian to register an assist in the new third-tier competition introduced by the European football governing body, UEFA.
The 19-year-old set up Gaetan Laborde to put Rennes in front in the second half after Flavien Tait had equalized Loic Bade’s own goal in the first half.
The lead did not last long as Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg pulled parity for Spurs on the 76th minute, four minutes after the home side put themselves in front.
The highly-rated young winger lasted for 79 minutes in the game and was blistering through the left side with his pace and quick feet.
The Right to Dream Academy graduate made his Black Stars debut in September 2020 and has been tipped to be an instrumental figure for Ghana in the upcoming AFCON in Cameroon.