Black Stars forward Kwasi Okyere nets BRACE for Bayern Munich; calls for 'justice' for George Floyd with celebration Featured
03 Jun

Black Stars forward Kwasi Okyere nets BRACE for Bayern Munich; calls for 'justice' for George Floyd with celebration

Ghanaian forward Kwasi Okyere Wriedt scored double in Bayern Munich II home win over Preussen Munster in the German third-tier league on Wednesday.
 
 
FC Bayern Munich II came from behind to beat Preussen Munster 3-2 at the Grünwalder Stadion
 
The visitors opened the score in the first minute through Heinz Morschel before the 25-year-old levelled for the young Bavarians on the 4th minute.
 
Two-goal hero Heinz Morschel ended the first department in a 2-2 draw after netting his second goal of the day on the 37th minute after 
Oliver Batista Meier had put Bayern Munich ahead on the 18th minute.
 
The Ghanaian international snatched the match-winner for the young Bavarians with a thunderbolt strike on the 88th minute.
 
He enjoyed the entire duration of the match.
 
Okyere Wriedt has scored 22 goals in his 28 game outings for FC Bayern Munich II this season.
 
He once earned a call-up to the senior national team of Ghana under Coach Kwesi Appiah.
 
Okyere Wriedt has signed a pre-contract with Dutch side FC Williem and will be joining after this season on a free transfer
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