Ghana striker Mahatma Otoo scores stunning two goals for Norwegian side Sogndal in friendly

Mahatma Otoo, first from left scored twice for Sogndal in a friendly game

Mahatma Otoo, first from left scored twice for Sogndal in a friendly game

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

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Ghana striker Mahatma Otoo is picking up scoring form ahead of the 2014 World Cup as he scored twice for Norwegian side Sogndal Football in their comfortable 3-0 thrashing of Florø in a club friendly at the Sognahallen on Thursday night. 

The 22-year-old former Ghana Premier League Golden Shoe Award winner shot Sogndal into the lead in the 25th minute with a clinical finishing and scored his second of the game nine minutes later.

The former Hearts of Oak striker has lost his place in the Ghana squad for recent games but if his pre-season form is anything to go by, then he will be bracing himself for a recall.

Otoo, before today’s brace had scored once in a friendly for Sogndal and further highlighted his fine form by scoring twice in today’s game.

Otoo, who scored 20 goals to win the Ghana Premier League top scorer award last season joined Sogndal in August from Hearts of Oak but scored just one league goal for the club.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Maxwell Johnson says:

    Excellent stuff! That’s my boy! I hope now that you having a pre-season with your club you’ll start banging in the goals when the Norwegian Tippeligaen kicks off in March. Keep on banging in the goals C.E.O. I want to see you in one of the elite leagues in a year or two, all Phobians are solidly behind you with prayers and support.