Ghanaian midfielder Bennard Kumordzi says he is living in ‘wonderful dream’ after helping his KRC Genk side knock out giants Anderlecht to reach the final of the Belgian Cup.
The 27-year-old lasted till the 106th minute before being substituted by Julien Gorius as Genk progressed and set a date with the winners of the Kortrijk/Cercle Brugge tie.
The final would mark a milestone in the former Dijon midfielder’s career.
“This is a major step forward in my career and I feel very proud with where we (Genk) have gotten to. I’m really excited,” he said.
“And, to complete that marvellous work, we will have to win the title in May to make ourselves and the fans excited and we are working towards that.
“It would demand more work, focus and dedication to reach there but I believe we have what it takes to win the ultimate.
Kumordzi has made 15 league appearances for Genk this season.