- Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey has dashed out his Black Stars jersey to the Cape Coast pitch invader
- In a photo, Thomas Partey was seen gifting his number 5 jersey he used in playing the game to Awal Mohammed
- Awal Mohammed after his arrest claimed that he had wanted to take a selfie with Thomas Partey, a reason he got onto the pitch unannounced
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Award-winning Black Stars and Atletico Madrid player, Thomas Partey has granted the wishes of Awal Mohammed, the young man who invaded the Cape Coast match.
In a photo that has popped up online, Thomas Partey was seen handing over his goal-scoring jersey to Awal Mohammed.
Awal Mohammed put on a great smile while he received the jersey from his icon who he had wished to meet.
Awal had said in court that he wanted to meet Thomas Partey and take a photo with him, a reason he invaded the pitch.
According to Awal, he admires the midfielder so much that he could not help then run onto the pitch to take a selfie.
During the Black Stars match against South Africa, Awal Mohammed, not popular at the time run onto the pitch.
Fans went agog with shouts and cheers as Awal was given a hot chase by policemen and stadium security officials.
In a publication by YEN.com.gh, one stadium security official was seen falling flat after attempting to catch Awal.
In the video which went viral on social media, Awal swerved the stadium security after he dived to arrest him.
Meanwhile, Awal Mohammed has become popular in Cape Coast, receiving a lot of accolades from friends and natives of the town.
After he was granted bail, Awal Mohammed was paraded on the streets of Cape Coast by friends and family.
In photos that YEN.com.gh published, Awal who was bathed with powder got carried behind a truck as he received cheered by passers-by.
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