The oldest player and youngest players in Ghana's 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) squad have been showing signs of a great off-the-pitch relationship if their social media posts are anything to go by.
Ghana's record goalscorer Asamoah Gyan at age 34 is the elder statesman in Kwasi Appiah's 23-man group while CD Leganes forward Kwabena Owusu, a surprise inclusion in the squad finds himself at the other end of the spectrum aged just 22 years.
Despite the over a decade age difference between the pair, they have been captivating (below) their social media audiences with skits from inside the Black Stars and many Ghanaians would be hoping their chemistry would be translated onto the pitch for the goal-shy Black Stars.
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Heeerh this boy paaa @owusuk11. Cos I gave him a savage answer , he did the same to me. Hmmmm. You go see paaa 😡😡😂😂😂😂
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