Russell Martin, the manager of Southampton Football Club, expressed his full appreciation for his team’s outstanding performance, particularly acknowledging the contribution of Ghana’s Kamaldeen Sulemana, following The Saints’ 2-1 victory over Hull City in the English Championship.
Southampton secured all three points with a late goal from Ryan Fraser, extending their unbeaten run to four matches.
During the post-game press conference, Martin specifically praised standout individual performances, singling out winger Sulemana for his noteworthy contribution to the win
“I feel like we’re building and we’re growing something, we just need to keep doing it. The second goal is a very nice goal. The first one is good too, Kamaldeen with some individual brilliance and then Kyle [Walker-Peters] with some of the same.”
Sulemana has yet to find the net for Southampton in the current season. However, he has notched up two assists in seven games, showcasing his playmaking prowess, especially considering he had recovered from an early-season injury that caused him to miss some matches.
At 21 years old, he aspires to secure a spot in the Ghana Black Stars team for the upcoming 2023 AFCON in Cote d’Ivoire, having missed out on recent national assignments. Southampton is set to face Preston on Wednesday, October 25