Sports News of Sunday, 3 January 2016
Samuel Inkoom returned from his suspension for Boavista in a heavy home defeat to Moreirense in the Portuguese Liga.
The Black Stars full back lasted the full duration of the game as Boavista suffered a 0-3 reverse to drop further into the relegation zone.
The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko right-back endured an indifferent night on his return and rightly went into the referee’s notebook midway through the first half.
The 25-year-old year Ghana international was sent off at home to Estoril in December and has since missed the festive pack.
The flying full-back had a night off in front of his teaming fans for the struggling Boavista on his return from suspension.
Inkoom missed the last three fixtures for his Portuguese struggling side and almost returned to the suspension room 34 minutes after kick off.
Inkoom has since managed 10 appearances for the relegation-threatened side with 2 red cards under his belt already.
A first-half opener from Iuri Medaura was compounded by second half strikes from Raffael Martin and Victor Gomes in a highly disappointing performance for the home side.
The defeats leave Boavista on 10 points from 15 matches and four adrift of safety.