South African Premier Soccer League side Orlando Pirates have lauded goalkeeper Fatau Dauda for his impressive displays at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Dauda was benched for Ghanaâ€™s first Group G match against USA but was re-instated for the 2-2 draw with Germany.
He was retained between the sticks for the final match against Portugal in Brasilia.
Daudaâ€™s committed a blunder and helped Cristiano Ronaldo to score the match winner in the 2-1 defeat.
He flapped an aerial ball back into play for the Real Madrid star to smash home but Orlando Pirates were impressed with his overall performance in the tournament.
â€œDauda has shown he is a goalkeeper of stature and talent. It takes a special keeper to deny one of the best players in world football, Cristiano Ronaldo's multiple efforts on goal. Dauda has made us very proud as a club, " Pirates PRO Mickey Modisane said.
"Pirates is one of only two clubs in the PSL to have a representative in the 2014 World Cup. We look forward to the experience he will bring from Brazil which will make him a better keeper."