Ghanaian international midfielder, Godfred Donsah was made to wear the gloves and took over the post for his side Cercle Brugge in their 1-2 home defeat to KRC Genk in the Belgian top flight league.
Initially, injury affected the club in the opening twenty minutes of the game which forced manager Bernd Storck to pull out his two players, Alimani Gory and Johanna Omolo on the 11th and 19th minute respectively.
When the Cercle Brugge coach had already made all his three substitutions, his goalkeeper Guillaume Hubert also sustained an injury when the game was heading to full time. This forced the former Bologna player to take over the post for then and he conceded no goal when he went for the gloves.
Godfred Donsah, 23, after the game said this;
“I was never a goalkeeper, only occasionally after training at Bologna. But if necessary, I take my responsibility. The trainer called three players and I said I would do it.’
“You have to be ready for every task you get.”
Cercle Brugge have been struggling throughout the season lying buttom of the Belgian premier with only eight points out of the total fifty-four points so far.
By: Iddriss Abdul Rahim