The Ghana Premier League is once again making headlines in the international media for the good reasons following a supersonic goal scored by Elmina Sharks midfielder James Bissue against Legon Cities.
The stupendous midfielder scored an incredible goal with a brilliant strike from his own half to give his side a 2-0 win over The Royals.
Bissue’s goal started making headlines in the Ghanaian media with social media buzzing with several comments over his goal.
The BBC, Aljazeera and Sky Sports have all taken to social media with the goal which has sparked international talking points with unending praises for the Ghanaian.
Bissue’s goal, has not only helped his side to brighten their chances of escaping the claws of relegation in the Ghana Premier League but has also given the Ghanaian top flight a facelift.
With the Ghana Premier League already buzzing with the #BringBackTheLove slogan, Bissue’s goal has added to the shine of the competition that has seen Hearts of Oak winning the league for the first time in 12 years.
The goal has not only popularize the player for his incredible and mind boggling strike, it has added to the projection of the Ghana Premier League.
This season has proved to be one of the best in the Ghanaian football calendar with the battle for the title going shoulder to shoulder between the two bitterest rivals; Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
The battle for survival is still in a hot race as it will take the last game of the season to determine who joins Inter Allies for the drop.
With all these adding to the competitiveness of the league and the excitement it has come along with, Jame’s swashbuckling strike against Legon Cities stealing the international headlines has been a shot in the arm for organizers of the league.
Watch how James Bissue’s strike is catching fire in the international media like bushfire in the harmattan.
A goal from inside his OWN half! 🤯
James Bissue scored a wonder goal to make it 2-0 for Elmina Sharks over Legon Cities to keep their relegation hopes alive in the Ghana top division. 👏🇬🇭 pic.twitter.com/OBxliVQpeQ
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) July 15, 2021
If you’re ever allowed to use vuvuzelas it’s for a goal like this!
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 15, 2021