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Meet 3 Outstanding Young African Footballers Making Africa Proud In The Qatar World Cup

Wed, 23 Nov 2022 Source: Queen Xorlali

Africa has been in the Human Creativity export business and this has been proven to be true with barely 3 days into the 2022 World Cup as 3 outstanding Footballers have been able to score fine goals and play awesome football for their respective adopted European Teams.

Cody Gakpo from Ghana with family in Togo as well and he scored the opener for the Netherlands against Senegal in their opening match at the 2022 World Cup!

Gakpo means “Iron” in the Ewe language and Cody was born to a Ghanaian Father named Johny Gakpo who as born in Togo but has Ghanain descent.

Cody is said to be a very promising talents in the Dutch National team and has already attracted the eye of Manchester United FC.

Timothy Weah from Liberia scores for the USA in their opening match against Wales. And this happens to be the first goal for the USA at the World Cup stage in 8 years.

Tim Weah is the Son of celebrated Liberia Footballer, Ballon D’or winner and now President of Liberia, George Weah.

Tim has played for the USA under 17 and Under 20 National teams in their various FIFA World cups and scored in all. And then he has scored in the Senior teams World Cup as well.

Bukayo Saka from Nigeria also scored twice for Englandin their first World Cup match against Iran.

Saka is considered one of the best Young footballers in the World. Both of his Parents are Nigerians, “Yomi and Adenike Saka”, but he was born in Ealing, Greater London.

He plays his Professional football for Arsenal and is very creative with the ball at his feet.

Wishing them a great Tournament and hope they score more goals except against my Ghana.

Source: Queen Xorlali