Ghana forward Osman Bukari expressed his joy after helping Red Star Belgrade secure victory in the Serbian Cup on Thursday.
The Black Stars winger played the entire match as his team staged a remarkable comeback to clinch the title against Cukaricki.
The thrilling final saw midfielder Marko Docic give Cukaricki the lead with a goal in the 21st minute. However, Red Star's Serbian forward, Aleksandar Pesic, stepped up and equalised in the 61st minute.
Moments later, Pesic scored the winning goal, completing the comeback for Red Star and sealing their triumph.
After the game, Bukari took to his official Twitter page to express his gratitude and share his delight, stating, "Hard earned one, this was how it meant to us. Thank you all for your love and support and all your congratulatory messages. Alhamdullilah for everything!"
Hard earned one, this was how it meant to us. Thank you all for your love and support and all your congratulatory messages.🔴⚪️🔥
Alhamdullilah for everything!🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/nNyZrajfE4
— Osman Bukari (@OsmanBukari9) May 26, 2023
Bukari, who previously played for FC Nantes, has enjoyed a highly successful debut season at Red Star Belgrade.
The victory in the Serbian Cup adds to their earlier achievement of winning the Serbian league title, completing a remarkable double for the club this season.
Bukari's contributions have been immense throughout the season, with the Ghanaian netting 12 goals and providing six assists in 37 appearances across various competitions for Red Star Belgrade.