Ghana winger Adomah hits brace to help Middlesbrough draw against Huddersfield in England
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Ghana international winger Albert Adomah scored twice to help Premiership hopefuls Middlesbrough to draw 2-2 at Huddersfield Town in the English Championship on Tuesday night.
The 26-year-old pecked the scoring for Boro with a clinical 10th minute finish after an Adam Hammil 3rd minute opener for the host and he returned after the break to score the second of the game and his personal 11th strike of the season.
Adomah, who has featured regularly in the Black Stars’ squad for the past two years, powered a fierce drive from the center of the box to equalise for his side but Nahki Wells ensured the visitors ended the first-half with a 2-1 lead after he scored in the 33rd minute.
However, just some few moments after recess, precisely two minutes, Adomah put Middlesbrough back on level terms.
The winger darted through the opposition area before hammering a shot to the bottom left corner – a goal similar to his first goal.
Adomah has been Middlesbrough’s highest scoring player this season. He has scored 11 times from midfield.
His scoring prowess from the wings since the start of the season is smoething coach Kwesi Appiah cannot ignore when he names his provisional squad for the World Cup on 13 May.