Techiman City striker Ebenezer Agyapong boasts of his performance across the first round of the Ghana Premier League which ended on Sunday after matchday 15.
The 19-year-old was touted as one of the youngsters to make the headlines in his debut season in the topflight, but an injury relapse kept him on the sidelines for almost two months.
Despite Techiman’s 4-2 defeat to Kotoko on Sunday, the striker fetched his fifth goal at the Baba Yara Stadium and believes they have proved a lot of people wrong.
“I didn’t begin the season with Techiman City due to an injury I picked up during our pre-season. But now I have played the last six games and scored five goals, so I believe I’ve regained my form,” Agyapong told Goal.
“This is our first time playing in the top-flight but we’ve proved many doubters wrong. We finished the first round with 19 points and sit ninth on the log which confirm everything,” he added.
Agyapong also claims he wants to win the league’s topscorer award despite being six goals behind Aduana Stars’ Yaya Mohammed, who is leading with 11 goals.
“My target for the second round is to win the goal king just like I did last season in the first division en route to our promotion.
“I have five goals now and as a very good striker, I am unperturbed with the number of goals other strikers have scored. I will overtake them with the help of God,” he said.
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