Ghana Striker Kwesi Appiah Scores On Crawley Town Debut Despite Huge Defeat To Forest Green Rovers

Ghana striker Kwesi Appiah netted his debut goal for English League 2 side Crawley Town as they suffered a heavy defeat to Forest Green Rovers.

The 31-year-old joined the Reds this week and wasted no time in showing his intentions as he scored in the 6-3 defeat on Saturday afternoon at The New Lawn Park.

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Forest Green forward Nick Cadden bagged a hat-trick, to add to Mathew Stevens, Jamille Young and Jake Young’s strikes.

Jake Hassenthaler’s brace and Kwesi Appiah’s late strike was all Crawley Town could offer.

The Ghanaian forward penned a year deal with the Reds on Monday as he seeks to rediscover his form after a stint in India, with North East United FC.

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