Meet Haminu Dramani: The less-liked winger who turned into Ghana’s third objective scorer at the World Cup
Meet Haminu Dramani: The less-liked winger who turned into Ghana's third objective scorer at the World Cup
While Michael Essien, Asamoah Gyan, Sulley Muntari, Stephen Appiah, and Richard Kingston were for the most part praised by Ghanaians for the Black Stars’ presentation at the 2006 FIFA World Cup, there were others whose show similarly justified makes reference to.
Haminu Dramani, Razak Bimpong, John Paintsil, Shilla Illiasu, and John Mensah were a portion of the overlooked yet truly great individuals in the Black Stars group as their presentation supported the group to qualify from Group E which had Italy, Czech Republic, and the United States.
Today, we profile one of the unrecognized yet truly great individuals who likewise scored Ghana’s third objective throughout the entire existence of the Mundial against the United States of America.
Ghana qualified from Group E in the wake of beating the United States 2-1 on June 17, 2006, and it was Haminu Dramani who scored the primary objective for the Black Stars in the 22nd moment.
Brought into the world in Bono East Regional capital Techiman, Ghana on April 1, 1986, Haminu Dramani began his expert footballing vocation at 18 years old with Hearts of Lions.
Due to his gifts and prospects, Haminu spent only temporary in the Ghana Premier League with the Lions before Red Star Belgrade in the Serbian Super League.