Ghanaian youngster John Antwi scores for Ismaily in Egypt

Posted On Monday, 13th May 2013
John Antwi scored the opening goal for Ismaily who defeated Petrojet 3-1 in the Egyptian Premier League on Monday

John Antwi scored the opening goal for Ismaily who defeated Petrojet 3-1 in the Egyptian Premier League on Monday

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

Ghana U20 prospect John Antwi scored the opening goal for El Ismaily who brushed aside Petrojet 3-1 in the Egypian Premier League on Monday.

The 20-year-old shot Ismaily in front as early as the 12th minute and they went ahead to defeat Petrojet at their own backyard.

Marwan Mohsen cancelled out Antwi’s opener in the 36th minute for Petrojet but Mohamed Homos and Omar Gamal scored in the second half to help Ismaily to the maximum points.

The goal marks his fifth of the Egyptian Premier League season.

The young attacker has been named in Ghana’s preliminary 41-man squad for the 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup.

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