It's no longer news that the ongoing 2022 World Cup in Argentina has been full of so many shockers as top teams like Brazil and France lost their opening games. On the other hand, famous youngsters like Casadei, Slonina, Harvey Vale, and others have been impressive.
Photo: Gambia U-20 VS Honduras U-20 || Twitter
Similarly, note that Gambia and Nigeria are the only African countries that won their opening games at the ongoing U-20 World Cup in Argentina. Hence, this article will focus on one African player to look out for after his impressive display in the first round of games. Take a look!
Photo: Adama Bojang || Twitter
1. Adama Bojang.
Photo: Adama Bojang's First Goal VS Honduras || Twitter
The 18-year-old Gambian started the game with a lot of intensity. During Gambia's opening game against Honduras, Adama Bojan opened the scoring after only 20 seconds. It was a well-struck volley. After Honduras equalized, it was still Adama Bojan that scored the winner for Gambia's U-20 team with a rebound after his header was punched away. However, notevtagt fans should keep an eye on this youngster because he was also very impressive at 2023 U-20 African Cup Of Nations. Recall that it was his goal that knocked Flying outs in the semifinals, and the 18-year-old striker ended the tournament with four goals and an assist. Hence, fans should pay close attention to Adama Bojang as he is likely to replicate his continental display at the ongoing World Cup.
Photo: Adama Bojang's Second Goal VS Honduras || Twitter
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