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Kevin Boateng shines as Schalke restore winning run in Bundesliga

Posted On Sunday, 15th December 2013
Kevin-Prince Boateng helped Schalke to win over Freiburg

Kevin-Prince Boateng helped Schalke to win over Freiburg

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson 

Follow Akyereko on Twitter: @Akyereko

Ghana star midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng was in full-time action for Schalke 04 in their comfortable 2-0 win over Freiburg in the German Bundesliga on Sunday. 

The 26-year-old lasted the entire duration of the game for the Royal Blues Buy Viagra who produced a commanding display to beat their guest at the Veltins Arena.

Schalke’s persistence upfront forced Nicolas Höfler to concede an own-goal just before the break before Peruvian international Jefferson Farfán cemented the win for the host.

Boateng has been consistent for Schalke since helping Ghana to secure win over Egypt to book a ticket in the 2014 World Cup.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. iantwii says:

    He and that stupid coach of his were conniving and feigning that injury all the time. Now that the world cup qualifying matches are over with he is going to continue playing full time without any incidents. Those phantom injuries will resurface when the Black Stars preparation matches begins. That motherfucking coach is digging his own grave.

  2. Kofi(Atlanta) says:

    Please iandwii get your facts right. Are you trying to tell us that Boateng going to Munich for weekly treatment was because he did not want to play for Ghana. Common you know better, Boateng never connived with the coach.
    We have to get our facts straight, his injuries are real and our hard pitches in Ghana does not help. I have been talking about our pitches for long and trust me Coachito and FA who sympathies with him know it. That’s why our professional players play better abroad. I have personally play in Kumasi stadium, trust me, the surface are hard. Just go and dive after scoring and I bet you might never play for the rest of your life.

  3. rolly says:

    @kofi atlanta …….ofocos yes kevin’s injuries are all not called for!!!!!!!..we have willing and dying players like boakye yiadom who perform equally good like him and even have better striking skills and abilities….just check him on elches latest games om youtube…wake up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Maapa says:

      Football is about positions and roles and that must be considered when comparing different players. Even when you decides to analyze midfield players you must consider their roles..who plays DM, CM, holding, Attacking, who plays on the left or who plays on the right and so forth. you could compare Boakye-yiadom to Asamoah-Gyan for example, if you like because both may be considered full-fledge Strikers. I may be wrong but this is just my thought.. As regards KPB’s injuries, I personally believe him. I do not think he has been feigning injuries. We need to bring our pitches to International standards. Ghana can do it even if gradually, start with Kumasi, Accra and Sekondi stadia and replicate it across the country…one regional stadia at a time.

  4. mikel says:

    wooow…I just watched boakye yiadom goals.The prodigy chap is on fire nd must be included in the blackstars team for brazil 2014





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