Goalkeeper Kwame Osei says his magical saves in the FA Cup semi-final shows the fruit of his hard work in training.
The goalkeeper was the one who single-handedly saved Inter Allies on countless occasions when the club eliminated Feyenoord Academy from the MTN FA CUP semi final.
He pulled a fantastic save in the first half to deny Mumuni Zakaria a chance to put Feyenoord ahead.
In the second stanza, he also denied Mohammed Wonkoye, Gideon Waja and Samuel Tetteh of goal scoring opportunities.
The acrobatic goalkeeper has also heaped a lot of praise on head coach Herbert Addo insisting, the master tactician has been of great help to his progress.
“I must give thanks to the Almighty (God) for the massive progress,” he told www.interallies.com
“It all goes down to what happens behind the scenes, the determination and the zeal to get much better daily, also I learn from the other goalkeepers during training as well.
“Herbert Addo has been the brain behind my success, he believed in me, gave me the chance when I was ripped for the job.”
Osei denied the fact that he stood out among his players in the game against Feyenoord saying it was a total team effort that made him good.
“No, I wasn’t the best player on the field that day. It was a collective effort, everyone worked really well that day.”