I Hope Otto Addo Saw My Performance Against Regensburg – Ransford Königsdörffer

I Hope Otto Addo Saw My Performance Against Regensburg – Ransford Königsdörffer

HSV striker Ransford Königsdörffer remains to be awaiting phrase on whether or not he will be invited to characterize Ghana at the World Cup in Qatar.

“I hope Otto Addo saw the game,” he joked after the three-1 win against Regensburg.

Ransford Königsdörffer performed without any consideration again against Regensburg. “I only found out about it before the game,” he said.

“I knew the position from the last game, so it wasn’t that difficult to adjust to it. It was fun,”

Ransford Königsdörffer is a part of Ghana’s 55 man provisional squad for the 2022 World Cup.

Ghana will play their remaining worldwide pleasant game against Switzerland on November seventeenth in UAE. The Black Stars of Ghana is in Group H against Portugal, South Korea, and Uruguay.

Ghana will tackle Portugal of their first game in Group H on twenty fourth November.

Ransford Königsdörffer has made 13 appearances and scored 5 goals within the German Bundesliga 2 this season for Hamburger SV.

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