By Ameenu Shardow
King Faisal striker Prince Boateng hopes to start the second round of the Premier League the same way he ended the first, with goals.
The 17-year-old scored in the 89th minute to win a point for the Kumasi-based club in their 1-1 draw with Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
Boateng’s wondrous equalizer against the Ghanaian giants followed a similar strike against Asante Kotoko weeks ago to salvage another point for the Insha Allah boys.
The teenager who came through the ranks of the Faisal youth system is now looking to bang in the goals on a regular basis when the top flight resumes next month.
“I believe scoring against Hearts and Kotoko is not enough for me in the league,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I aim to score against every team. That is my focus now.
“I need to do even more by helping the team and hopefully, my scoring form will run into the second round of the Premier League.”
Boateng’s two goals against Hasaacas in last season’s Middle League playoffs qualified King Faisal to the Premier League.
His goals have again proved crucial as it has helped King Faisal end the first round in the top flight in 10th place – three off the drop zone.