Ghanaian Teen Kamal Deen Makes History In Denmark With TWO Top Awards

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Ghanaian winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana has made history in the Danish Superliga after winning a historic double award in the month of April in the Danish Superliga.

The 19-year-old has been named as the Best Player of the Month Award as well as winning the Young Player of the Month Award in the month of April.

The Black Stars asset in the past year has stepped up especially after his compatriot Mohammed Kudus exited FC Norsdjaelland.

Sulemana scored five goals in five games in April for FC Nordsjaellad.

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The award which is the first time for a player in the history of the club has made the young winger the talk of the town in Denmark.

It will be the first time a Nordjælland player is winning the “Young player of the month” and “Best player of the month” awards in the Danish Superliga.

The young winger carried the side on his shoulders in the month of April recording 3 wins, a draw and a defeat.

He scored five goals in the process, recording a brace against Randers FC and again netting against giants like København, AGF and Midtjylland.

Kamaldeen’s uprightness and swiftness in front of the goal and his ability to convert chances into goals have been a major accelerator for FC Nordsjaelland this season.

Courtesy of his brilliant displays this season, Kamal Deen Sulemana is on the radar of a lot of top European clubs with Ajax said to be the favorites to land his signature in the summer transfer window.

The left-winger, who made his debut for Ghana last year October during the friendly encounters with Mali and Qatar in Turkey, will also hope to regain his place in the Black Stars set-up as the 2022 World Cup qualifiers commence in June.

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By Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah

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