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Video: Watch the two goals scored by Asamoah Gyan to take his tally to 17

Published on: 24 November 2012

Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan scored two goals for Al Ain on Friday as they beat Dubai SC 5-2 on the road to maintain top spot in the UAE top-flight. 

Gyan gave the visitors the lead on three minutes when he fortuitously met a half clearance by the Dubai SC goalkeeper.

Australian Alex Brosque then doubled Al Ain's lead with a superb volley inside the box.

Omar Abdulrahman then scored twice before half time after an excellent piece of showboating.

He made it 4-1 by blasting home from a rebound inside the box.

Gyan grabbed his second from the penalty spot in the second half to take his tally at the top of the scoring chart to 17 goals in nine games.

Ali Hassan and Richard Porta scored either side of the break for Dubai.

Watch Asamoah Gyan's two goals below:



  • keith from germany says:
    November 24, 2012 08:53 am
    guys give the dude a break after all he doesnt owe u a penny. u guys would have taken the same descision if the chance comes ur way. any normal human being with a good thinking brain will love to double his monthly salary if he had the chance. lets say if a example u work for a firm n u are not satisfied with the pay they give u,wont un guys be happy if another company offers u the same job u do in ur current firm,but with double monthly salary n a permanent working contract?? i can bet my whole mobnthly salary on that that u guys will definately leave ur old firm n join the new one. gyan has contributed a lot for ghana n u guys have to appreciate it. there have been many good players from europe who went to the arab world to play soccer but they couldnt make it. gyan is the mark of a good striker.everywhere he goes he scored a lot of goals. at modena,udinese calcio,stade rennes,afc sunderland n now al-ain sport club he banged the goals everywhere. he has even scored more world cup goals than etoo n drogba. he n roger milla are africas best world cup top scorers.reggie milla played at three world cups to get these goals but asa played at only two world cups to achieve this feat. respect him becuz he has contributed more to gfhana than u guys.
  • kantoose says:
    November 24, 2012 08:53 am
    hahahaa mediocrity paa be this.
  • Nii says:
    November 24, 2012 08:07 am
    For every two goals he score there is a penalty. But u r still our best
  • Great says:
    November 24, 2012 08:15 am
    Those gaols r valueless, go to Europe!
  • real sabacious says:
    November 24, 2012 07:34 am
    Awoff goals!
  • Nii Kwatei says:
    November 24, 2012 01:20 pm
    Maybe for the Afcon he's ok. But for the World Cup no. Can you imgagine him playing against topclass defenders? No chance! We urgently need diversification in our striking department.
  • Kwamina says:
    November 24, 2012 10:23 am
    Is he the one we are going to be relying on to win AFCON 2013? As much as I will love to see us win that trophy, this looks very much like a striker on the decline, playing against sub-standard opposition. It's not looking good at all.
  • kwesi says:
    November 24, 2012 10:31 am
    Pls stop playing nursery football. Go back to europe
  • GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:
    November 24, 2012 10:33 am
    Azonto league wei....lolconcert goals. gyan will sweat bullets at afcon
  • kwame antwi says:
    November 24, 2012 09:19 am
    Keith is right
  • Kofi says:
    November 24, 2012 07:37 pm
    These idiots who envy Gyan, U are worrying yourselves cos whatever good thing Gyan does u talk negative about it. U guys should tell us one thing you have done for your Country. The statistics are there for all like Keith said, the biggest stage in World football, Gyan has proved he is among the best what else do you guys want from him. You these same people are those who meet him in town and ask him money cos you are all shameless idoits.
  • BENNY says:
    November 24, 2012 06:18 pm
    If l am being honest,l think seeing Gyan playing in this playground league is sickening. However who would not be happy to be in Gyan's SHOES with the money he gets paid week in week out. With sunderland loosing every match,Gyan by all standards made a good move.
  • keith from germany says:
    November 24, 2012 02:22 pm
    haters will always hate.gyan do ur thing becuz u owe none of these critics a penny.u are living big time n u have contributed a lot to ghana.go on n enjoy ur soccer as well as ur life.
  • keith from germany says:
    November 25, 2012 12:50 pm
    hahahha bra kofi u are right.they will ask him for some ageshe. leave those critics.