Ghana’s Osman Bukari wins second consecutive league title with Red Star Belgrade

By: Nana Kwame Bediako 

Osman Bukari has won his second league title with his club, Red Star Belgrade, as they were crowned champions of the Serbian league for the second successive season. The Ghanaian has been explosive with his performances anytime he steps on the field to play for Belgrade. 

A dominant Belgrade side stood tall against Backa Topola as they defeated them by 2-1 to extend their lead on top of the submit to a whopping 14-point gap with four games left on the cards to play before the season comes to a close. 

The prolific young Ghanaian winger has contributed massively to his side’s progress this season, scoring seven goals and providing seven assists in 27 matches, with some notable performances in the Champions League catching the attention of Ghanaian football followers across the world. 

The 24-year-old, since joining the Serbian side in 2022, has won four trophies with the club, which include the Serbian Cup and the Serbian Super League. With his immense skills and ability, the Ghanaian gradually caught the eye of some teams in the English Premier League. 

Osman Bukari will be heading for national duties anytime soon in June as the Black Stars prepare to open camp ahead of their big World Cup qualifiers against Mali and the Central African Republic.

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from Sport – GBC Ghana Online

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