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Published on: 27 April 2014
Asamoah Gyan scored for Al Ain

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan scored a brace for Al Ain in their 3-1 away victory over Al Sharjah on Sunday evening. 

The 28-year-old scored first in the 73rd minute before cementing victory for his side in second half stoppage-time at the Al-Sharjah Stadium (Al Sharjah.

Watch highlights of the game below.



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  • Emma_Texas says:
    April 27, 2014 11:34 pm
    Bravo Gyan!
  • selfmade says:
    April 28, 2014 03:26 am
    Infact babe jet has shown me that it doesn't make where one plays but what one put in his performance! Infact he has taught me a better lesson that u can still make a lot of difference in your life if u believe and work hard! Ever since he move to the gulf region, he has great matured infront of goal nd he has become more clinical and compose than ever before! When people were expecting worse from him, he stood up and provide his worth by knocking in the goals during the WC qualifiers which aided Ghana tremendously to qualify to the global theater called the WC! He scored against Sudan back to back and had a brace in Khartoum, scored Lesotho away and then had another brace against Egypt in kumasi, scoring six solid times in the WC and this is a guy who is playing in a so called medicroe UAE league! This guy has really shame all the naysayers, charlatans and the dooms prophets becasus a very medicroe league cannot produce a striker who can scored six solid times against quality opposition!! Gyan is a very smart and an astute football BUSINESS MAN cum a higher IQ who can read what ll happen in the future!! Whiles short sigted Ghanaians were insulting him for choosing al ain over the EPL, this genius knew what he was doing and we all witnesses to his foresight has done for him,his career and Ghana! This is the best decision this guy has made and he has shown that he is in total control of his life! More arab monies and this is better than roasting on a hardened benches of a middle table EPL club!! More grease to your elbows babe jet and u have shown that u indeed smart!!!
  • Joe Lartey says:
    April 28, 2014 03:29 am
    The boy is good. i've restrained myself from liking him for years. but when Gyan if in shape, he's amazing.
  • selfmade says:
    April 28, 2014 03:51 am
    Gyan has become even a more better player now than ever and is amazing that he is now playing for a so called medicroe league! When he was in europe, he was more wasteful and non clinical but ever since he moved to the gulf region, he has become more lethal and more devastating infront of the 18 and his work rate is even astonishing! His brace against Egypt was pure class and that against Sudan is beyond description! Some Ghanaians are simply too known and cherish Europe than anything! Infact gyan thru his stunning form in the gulf has really shattered the Europe invincibility that a player ought to play in so called super leagues in Europe to be a force!! If there is one player that can even shock the world more in Brazil,is definitely gyan and I can see GYAN emerging as the TOP SCORER in Brazil!! He almost did in south Africa when he was less matured and I now see a matured gyan who is more LETHAL and more READY THAN EVER!! This famous ghanas captain ll be a FORCE TO RECKONED WITH IN BRAZIL! Mark this space!
  • Union Leader says:
    April 28, 2014 03:55 am
    They're singing his praises again . Wait till he squander another pk , or a good goal scoring chance,and they all will be ready to crucify him. We need to learn to appreciate our players in good times and in bad times.
  • selfmade says:
    April 28, 2014 04:37 am
    @ union leader... Don't generalized things! Yes we ll ccriticized him when he goes wrong and those criticisms has turned him into a better player now that we all appreciated! Whoever thought for a second that CAN 2008 gyan ll one day lead and captain Ghana? Who guessed that? With a exception of God, no man is above criticism and as long as u are the spot light, people ll criticize you for every move u make and is up to the individual to take those criticism in good faith and take a new, better course and gyan is getting all this praises from us because he didn't break down under those criticism but rather has worked harder to become a better man and the unbiased ones ll recognized this and shower him with all the necessary praises and accolades becasus after all the people who said hosanna, hosana are the same people who said crucify him,crucify him! Finally, don't make it like u didn't cursed gyan when he missed that penalty against Uruguay!! Stop been NICODEMUS MATE!!
  • Benito says:
    April 28, 2014 12:04 pm
    I have great respect for this guy,love him or hate him,but he is a source of encouragement to me for what he did in the 2010 world cup still baffles lose a deciding penalty kick like that and coming to take another p.kick again and scoring?I don't know how players will do that,I like his sense of determination no matter what and wonder the coach saw this and gave him the captaincy,I thank God for his life.