Inter Defender Asamoah: “A Good Team Performance”

Inter Defender Asamoah: “A Good Team Performance”
December 7, 2019 05:30
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Kwadwo Asamoah has taken to photo sharing social media platform Instagram to share his thoughts and feelings following Inter’s goalless draw at home to Roma on Friday night.

The Ghanaian made a return to action having recovered from the knee problem that had kept him out of action for a good few weeks. He replaced Borja Valero from the substitutes bench in the second half and played in the midfield.

This was his 11th appearance of the season across all competitions.

“A good team performance tonight. Now all focused on Tuesday,” he posted.

Cammy Anderson
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