AS Roma and Ghana Black stars rising star, Felix Afena Gyan has presented his UEFA Conference League winners medal to his mother Juliet Adubea as he arrived in Ghana on Friday night ahead of the Black Stars Afcon qualifier against Madagascar and Central African Republic.
The youngster became a sensation when he claim off the bench to score two against Genoa and earned him admiration from the thousand of Roma fans.
Jose Mourinho’s side defeated Feyenoord 1-0 in Wednesday’s final to lift the maiden edition of the Europa Conference League at the Arena Kombetare in Tirana, Albania
Afena-Gyan was an unused substitute, but his side’s triumph means he has become the first Ghanaian footballer to win the Europa Conference League.
The teenage forward is also now the youngest Ghanaian player to lift a European title, having done so at the age of 19.
Afena-Gyan was named in coach Otto Addo’s 33-man squad for the games against Madagascar and the Central African Republic.
He will also travel to Japan for the Kirin Cup tournament, where Ghana plays hosts Japan and Chile in pre-World Cup preparatory games.