Tottenham Hotspur has applauded Kallum Sesay after his impressive performance in his Leone Stars debut.
The English Premier League Club has posted on it official social media accounts ” This afternoon, 19-year-old Kallum Cesay marked his international for Sierra Leone with a brace as they beat Congo 2-1
A brace by the Tottenham young lad gave Leone Stars the much needed victory over the Republic of Congo (Brazzavile) at the Mardan Sports Multi- purpose Stadium in Turkey.
After a disappointing campaign in the Africa Cup of Nations earlier this year, the Leone Stars have embarked on a new era with a host of fresh faces drafted into their ranks for a trio of friendly matches in Turkey this week.
Among them is 19-year-old Kallum, who has performed consistently well as a full-back for our Development Squad this term, making 21 appearances in all competitions and earning a place on the first team bench twice in the UEFA Europa Conference League, having also featured in spurs senior side in pre-season.
An unused substitute for his nation’s 3-0 defeat to Togo on Thursday, worked hard ahead of the Congo-Brazzaville game today in order to stake his claim for a potential debut.
“I didn’t believe it first of all when I got the call-up but I’m very, very happy and very excited,” beamed Kallum, who can also play in central midfield and featured in a wide right position in our Under-23s’ most recent Premier League 2 fixture, a 3-1 win over Leicester City last Friday.
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