Ghana and FC Nordsjælland winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana, has described his maiden Black Stars call-up as a dream come true and is ready to prove his invitation was not a mistake.
Last week, Black Stars coach, C. K Akonnor, named the 18-year-old in his 23-man squad to face Mali in a friendly match to be played on 9th October 2020, in Turkey.
The Right to Dream Academy graduate said his call-up reflects his impressive form at the club side, adding that he will justify his invitation when given some minutes to play the game.
”It is every boy’s dream to join the national team, so I am really proud to be selected as an 18-year-old. I’m happy and now I have to show everyone that I deserve to be there”, Sulemana said after Nordsjaelland’s 4-1 rout over Lyngby in the Danish Superliga yesterday.
”My goal is just to play. I do not know how many minutes I get, but I am happy if I just get ten seconds.”
The speedy winger responded positively to the national team selection on Monday night with two goals in FC Nordsjælland’s 4-1 victory over Lyngby, and Kamaldeen Sulemana was very pleased with both his own and the team’s efforts.