Eric Warden is celebrating another strike in Greece yet again, the 22 year old striker beating off the stern challenges of opposition defenders in a crowded penalty box to score what was a consolation for his side, Iraklis Psachna in the Greek Football League North last night.
Warden easily dummied one defender before taking control with many other Apollon Smirnis players on his trail to slot in his fourth goal for struggling Iraklis after six minutes of added time in Greece second tier football league.
It wasn’t enough to get something out of the game for Iraklis who were already 0-2 down and suffered a 5th straight defeat since Warden scored to salvage a 1-1 draw against Pabachaiki in their match day 14 clash back on January 31.
It also means that Warden’s side remain rooted in the relegation zone, 11th on the 13-team table on 16 points from 19 games and in desperate trouble to avoid the drop to the tier of Greece football.
For left-footed Warden however, it was another goal to show his off the huge potential of the extremely talented striker who boasts among his nearly four years experience playing in Europe, stints at Celta Vigo in Spain as well as Fokkikos, also in Greece.
Now the 22 year old hopes to continue banging in the goals to keep Iraklis up in the second tier of Greece football whilst also hoping to catch the attention of Ghanaian national team selectors. Follow @thedonplato
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