Former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has opened up about the highest point in his footballing career.
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The former Al Ain player is still living in that beautiful dream after featuring for Ghana at the World Cup.
Gyan, in an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse Ghana, said nothing compares to being able to play at the World Cup.
Asked what the highest point of his career is, Gyan told pulse.com.gh: “Being able to play at the World Cup.”
He explained: “It’s not an easy task for any footballer. It’s every footballer’s dream to play at the World Cup.”
The NorthEast United forward also touched on the best goal he has scored in his football career.
According to him, the strike against the USA at the 2010 World Cup stands tall.
He was, however, quick to point out that most of his exceptional strikes were not captured on camera for the world to see.
“People saw the World Cup goal against the USA, people saw my goal against England [but] there are a lot of goals I scored that the camera couldn’t capture.
“For now, though, I’ll say the goal against the United States in 2010 [is my greatest],” he quipped.
Gyan has played in all the three World Cup Ghana has participated in, becoming Africa’s highest scorer at the World Cup with six goals.
Gyan is currently Ghana’s all-time top scorer with an impressive 51 goals.
Meanwhile, Gyan has expressed his readiness to play for the Black Stars again when he is called by coach CK Akonnor.
The former Sunderland goal poacher has not played for the national team since featuring at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt.
In an interview, Gyan said he is still available for selection, adding that he has not retired from the national team.
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