- A historic video of Abedi Pele and his son, Jordan Ayew, scoring identical goals 25 years apart, has emerged on social media
- Two videos merged side by side show the goal Abedi Pele scored in 1992 and the goal scored by Jordan in 2017
- Abedi Pele scored the goal for the Black Stars at the 1992 AFCON against Zambia while Jordan netted a goal at the 2017 AFCON against DR Congo
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Twenty-five years after Abedi Pele, arguably Ghana’s greatest player of all-time, scored one of his memorable goals, his son, Jordan scored a similar goal.
Abedi Pele scored the goal for the Black Stars at the 1992 AFCON against Zambia while Jordan netted a goal at the 2017 AFCON against DR Congo.
In the short video clip that has been placed side by side of the two football scenes, left-footed Abedi can be seen displaying unrivalled skills in his world-class strike against Zambia.
His impressive footballing skills earned Ghana a 1-0 win the opening group game at the 1992 AFCON.
Nearly three decades after Abedi clinched the win for Ghana with his fantastic goal, his son, Jordan, scored an identical goal for Ghana at the 2017 AFCON against DR Congo.
In the video showing the game between Ghana and DR Congo, Jordan is also seen picking up the ball, dribbles two defenders before firing past the DR Congo goalkeeper.
Watch both goals below:
In other news, Ghanaian creative and designer, Nana Kobina is the CEO of Kobideen Footwear, a shoe company that produces bespoke shoes.
From quality fashionable shoes and boots to stylish sandals and slippers, the Ghana-based fashion shoe company is delivering its quality designer wear across the world.
Without telling, Kobina has defied so many odds and has become one of the top-notch shoe-making brand houses in Ghana.
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