‘Spiritually Sensitive’ Striker Cosmos Dauda Grateful To GOD After Netting Debut Goal For Al Thoqbah

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Former Hearts of Oak striker Cosmos Dauda waxed spiritual on the back of his maiden goal for Saudi side Al-Toqbah Club.

The Ghana international was on the scoresheet as his side clinched a 2-1 home win against Arar in the second tier of Saudi football, the Prince Mohammad bin Salman League.

The win leaves Al-Thoqbah in fourteenth position after ten games with a total of nine points.

After the game, Dauda took to Facebook to express his gratitude following his feat against Arar.

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Dauda, 27, has found solace in Asia after exiting capital based heavyweights Hearts of Oak featuring for Jordanian side Al-Faisaly, Lebanese outfit Salam Zgharta but due to political disturbance in the country, his stay was truncated.

He moved to Omani team Al-Rustaq on a 5-month contract for the 2019–20 season and on 17 October 2020, Dauda joined to Saudi Arabian side Al-Thoqbah, where he fired home his debut goal for the Khobar based club.

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