The seasoned forward posted a little clip of striker Kwabena Owusu during their stay at the Black Stars camp on his Instagram account. Both participants in the video made humor out of their barbs at one another, and their amusing conversations drew the attention of social media users.
Gyan has always been the upbeat sort, and he frequently served as the national team’s morale booster.
He collaborated with Doctor Likee, a well-known creator of comedic skits, a few months ago to produce some humorous stuff.
Gyan’s last national team game was at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, which has been nearly four years since his previous participation (AFCON).
Also, the 37-year-old was left off of Ghana’s World Cup roster last year, which led to the Black Stars’ early elimination from the competition.
He spent an additional 15 years playing for the Black Stars, rising to the top of the all-time scoring list for his nation with 51 goals.
Gyan has 109 appearances under his belt in various competitions and friendly matches, making him the second-most capped player in Ghana.
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