Black Stars winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana was yet again magnificent for Stade Rennes FC in a comfortable 2-0 victory over Paris Saint German(PSG).
Sulemana continued his fine form as he set up the opener for Rennes in what was a magical afternoon for the Red and Blacks.
He takes his Ligue 1 numbers to 4 goals involvement in 9 matches, 3 goals and 1 assist.
The 19-year-old was unbearable for the the away side’s defence as he ended the game as the player with most chances created,3.
Right on the stroke of half time, Sulemana while on one-v-one with Hakimi down the right managed to send in an audacious cross to Gaetan Laborde who tap in from close range to put Renne in front.
Sulemana gave the home side balance on the right wing as he contributed to the team’s defence by having the most tackles in the game, 3.
Following the win, Rennes have climbed to 9th on the table with 12 points while PGS lead with 24 points.
The former Right to Dream Academy boy has been called to the Black Stars for the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers doubleheader against Zimbabwe on October 7 and 12.