Asamoah Gyan, a Ghanaian and the black star skipper has been called the greatest scorer of all time in World cup. He registered his first world cup goal in 2006. He has scored six times thereby breaking Roger Milla's record that was held in 30 years from an African in the FIFA world cup.
Asamoah Gyan is the first African player to score at 3 different world cups. He is Ghana's first world cup scorer.
Asamoah Gyan is currently playing club football for India fold North East United. He has already featured at seven AFCON tournaments, three FIFA world cup events and the 2004 Olympic games for his country.
Although he is Ghana's all time top scorer and most capped player, his stock seems to have fallen in recent times as a result of his growing age, injuries and loss of form.
Asamoah Gyan is the Africa's top scorer at the world cup, Ghana first world cup goal scorer, the only Ghanaian player to score in 3 different world cup events and lots more.
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