Footballer Who Visited Prophet T. B Joshua For Healing Wins Man Of The Match Award In Europe
By Hattitude | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 17888 views
Midfielder Amgel Gomis scored the wining goal to help his team Boavista to a 1 - 0 Moreirense in the Portuguese top flight league on Friday.
Gomis who is a 22-year-old former Manchester United midfielder was on parade from starting to finish as his side laboured to an hard fought win.
Gomis curled in a sumptuous free kick from the edge of the area in the 52nd minutes of the encounter.
The goal earned didn't not only earn his side all the three points, it also won him the man of the match award.
Gomis is enjoying his career again after enduring an injury ravaged career at Old Trafford to the point that he had to visit the Synagogue church of all Nations in Ikotun, Lagos state Nigeria for healing.
The General Overseer of the church Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua prayed for him and the rest they say is history.
Gomis joined Boavista on loan until the end of the season from French side Lille metropoles, the he signed for after leaving Manchester United.
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