By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
Black Stars winger Solomon Asante continues to vie for prominence in Kwesi Appiah’s line of wing-men with yet another glittering display in Ghana’s quarter-final triumph over Cape Verde.
But the 22-year-old is modest with his incredible form that has wowed many in South Africa.
“It has been fantastic so far for me and for Ghana and the entire contingent here,” he said.
“About my form, I think its great to have a flowing tournament but I still believe there is more to achieve.
“We have two games more to reach the ultimate and that is where every attention is now.”
Asante topped his majestic form in the competition with yet another magnificent cameo in the 12 minutes of regulation time he lasted as the four time champions equaled an AFCON semi-final record with a 2-0 win over Cape Verde.
He cut the Blue Sharks defence open and played through Agyemang-Badu but the Udinese man failed to put the tie to rest in the 89th minute as his goal-bound effort was blocked by the body of a defender.