Ghana’s John Antwi has now written his name boldly in the history books of the Egyptian Premier League after becoming the all-time foreign top scorer.
Antwi made this history on Sunday, November 25, as his goals in the Egyptian top-flight is now 63.
According to BBC report sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Ghanaian goal machine achieved the feat by netting a hat-trick for his side Misr Lel-Makkasa in their Egyptian Premier League match against Enppi, which his team won 4-3.
His total surpasses the 61 goals scored for Egyptian teams by fellow Ghanaian Ernest Papa Arko who played for five Egyptian clubs including Zamalek.
Antwi started his career with Al Ismaily in 2013 where he scored 28 goals before joining Al Ahly two years later, scoring three goals.
He went on to join Misr Lel Makassa where he has now scored 32 goals in his three seasons at the club.
The 26 year-old forward is yet to make his full competitive international debut for Ghana, though his good form in Ghana has earned him call-ups to recent Black Stars squads.
He made his Black Stars debut in October 2017 when Ghana defeated Saudi Arabia 3-0 in a friendly game.
Antwi had previously played for clubs like, Sekondi Eleven Wise and Hearts of Oak.
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