Spain youth worldwide of Ghanaian plummet Nico Williams has uncovered that he loved Asamoah Gyan growing up and took a stab at learning a portion of his moves.
Gyan had an effective vocation with the Black Stars, scoring 51 objectives and driving Ghana to three World Cups in succession from 2006 to 2014.
The previous Sunderland striker has not played for the public team since the 2019 AFCON however Nico appreciated his style of play from his more youthful days.
“At the point when I was six years of age, I adored Asamoah Gyan. He scored a great deal of objectives,” he said in an elite meeting with 3Sports.
I rehearsed to be like him and attempt to score objectives like him,” he added.
Nico Williams’ sibling Iñaki Williams as of late exchanged ethnicity and is presently accessible for the Black Stars. Nico is yet to do as such.
Both were brought into the world in Spain to Ghanaian guardians.