Berekum Chelsea striking sensation Sadick Adams has played down the significance of his two goals against Asante Kotoko by claiming there’s no special feeling in scoring against the 23-time Ghana premier league champions.
The former Atletico Madrid trainee scored twice in 4 first half minutes to condemn the Porcupine Warriors to their 2nd defeat in 4 games in the Ghana premier league this season.
But asked if he felt any special by scoring against a “big club like Kotoko,” Adams said:
“For me, I don’t have know anything like big match or big club. Every match is a big match for me.
“Berekum Chelsea is also a big club, that’s why we beat Kotoko. If they are such a big club, they should’ve won. I’m just happy that I scored and Chelsea got all the three points,” Adams told Footy-GHANA.com.
Adams has now scored 3 goals this season and is second top scorer this campaign, just one behind top scorer Samuel Tetteh of WAFA, who has 4 goals.