Adomah Scores In England For Middlesbrough To Boost Confidence Ahead Of Egypt Match
Posted On Saturday, 5th October 2013
Albert Adomah scored for his English side Middlesbrough on Saturday to boost his confidence ahead of him joining the Ghana squad for next week’s crucial World Cup clash against Egypt.
The Black Stars winger was on target for Middlesbrough who clocked up an emphatic 4-1 win over Yeovil to collect their first home Championship victory of the season.
The effort by Adomah nad his team-mates will help to relieve the mounting pressure on manager Tony Mowbray.
Boro had to come from behind after a defensive error left Liam Davis racing free to score the opener for Yeovil after just four minutes.
The home side hit back quickly through Grant Leadbitter, who then had his blushes spared when his 24th-minute penalty was saved only for Albert Adomah to stab home.
Jacob Butterfield extended Boro’s lead after the break before Kei Kamara’s header put them out of sight.
Adomah will travel to Ghana on Sunday in good spirits ahead of the match against Egypt that will decide who country qualifies for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
He was part of the 25-man squad named by coach Kwesi Appiah for the first leg of the player to be played in Kumasi on 15 October.