Video: Owusu-Abeyie scores in Panathinaikos rout

Quincy Owusu-Abeyie and team-mates celebrate the goal in the 4-1 win over Panaitolikos

Ghana winger Quincy Owusu-Abeyie opened the scoring for Panathinaikos in their 4-0 win over Panaitolikos in the Greece Super League on Sunday.

The 26-year-old Al Sadd loanee sensationally struck home the opener for Panathinaikos in the 18th minute mark as they protected their unbeaten home run in style.

Spanish striker Jose Verdú Nicolás grabbed a brace before Christodoulopoulos came off the bench to seal the win in the 84th minute.

The strike marks his fourth of the campaign for Panathinaikos.

Ghana youth left-back David Nii Addy was replaced after 70 minutes for Panaitolikos.

Watch video of Quincy’s goal below:

Source: MTNFootball.com

READERS COMMENTS

  1. O Ghana says:

    That is my man Quincy,No Size..

  2. Phillbanger says:

    Honestly he is the reason we lost the african cup.this guy is the real deal.i was very disapointed when he was dropped

  3. jerro,Greece says:

    There is no reason for me to trumpet to the whole world that Abayie is the kid on the block right now is Greece. His assistance to even some Ghanaian footballers who don’t have teams here in Greece is simply unprecedented. This guy is really Ghanaian to the core by all standards.Surely every team needs a playmaker and he have that in Abayie but as to why he is being overlooked, only God knows. Simply watch Ismael Yartey in action, and one could easily come to terms with himself that something is really wrong with player selection in the national team.

    • Kwab says:

      You are so right my brother. Imagine Yartey on the left wing and Quincy on the right wing. Both are their natural positions and both are good at those positions. They know how to set up goals as well as score them.

  4. JFK says:

    quincy&yartey must be given a national team call up

  5. Akwesi Appiah should do himself a favour by inviting the likes of Yartey, Quincy,Opoku Agyemang, etc to help Ghana qualify smoothly.

    Kwaraseh

    Opare. Boye. Vorsah. Alhassan

    Badu.

    Quincy. Kwadwo. Ayew

    Jordan. Yartey