Sulley Muntari has played more minutes (92) for Hearts of Oak in two games than Asamoah Gyan (79 minutes) has accomplished for Legon Cities the entire of last season.
Muntari, who joined the guarding Ghana Premier League champions during the continuous second exchange window, made his introduction the following game against Great Olympics on Sunday, February 6, preceding making his initial beginning the next Sunday against Real Tamale United.
Gyan, who finished paperwork for the Royals on a one-year bargain toward the beginning of the 2020/21 season, played just five league games for Legon Cities, and just made his presentation after matchday 4.
Muntari, 37, played 13 minutes against Great Olympics and 79 minutes against Real Tamale United on Sunday while Gyan (then, at that point, 35) played 79 minutes in the league for Legon Cities as they fought to get away from assignment on the last day of the season.
Gyan made his Legon Cities debut against Dreams FC in Dawu on December 5, 2020, preceding playing an additional 31 minutes the accompanying match against Asante Kotoko.
The Ghana record-breaking top scorer missed 12 games through injury prior to making the seat in the thirteenth game, missed the following game and played an additional 8 minutes against Dreams FC on April 25, 2021.
He played an additional 16 minutes against Asante Kotoko in the following game prior to gathering together his Legon Cities profession with brief appearance against WAFA in cycle 25 last season.
Asamoah Gyan’s one-year bargain was not reestablished toward the finish of the season and is again a free specialist player.
The two players generally last played for Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League prior to moving to Europe.
Gyan returned following 17 years abroad while Muntari made a rebound after over twenty years and was dormant for almost three years before the Hearts move toward the beginning of this current month.
Muntari looked fitter than Gyan despite everything wins 50-50 difficulties against adolescents on Sunday against Real Tamale United