A tough start to their French Ligue 1 season saw Clermont Foot fall to AS Monaco 4-2 on Sunday, with Ghanaian defender Alidu Seidu in the middle of the action.
Seidu, an important member of the Black Stars, started the game and participated throughout the entire match.
Within the first seven minutes of the game, Mateusz Wieteska’s goal gave Clermont Foot the lead. But in the 26th minute, Vanderson’s comeback for Monaco evened the score.
Wissam, a French international Before the half-hour mark, Ben Yedder gave Monaco the lead with a goal.
Muhammed-Cham Saracevic scored for Clermont Foot in the 53rd minute, thanks to a goal-assisting contribution from the tenacious Seidu.
Still, Wissam With his second goal in the 70th minute, Ben Yedder tipped the scales once again in favour of Monaco.
At the Stade Gabriel Montpied, a late goal by Maghnes Akliouche in stoppage time gave Monaco the victory.
Seidu’s strong performance and assist are a bright spot for Clermont Foot despite the loss.
Building on his contributions from the previous season, the diligent defender continues to be a team pillar.
Ghanaians were delighted to watch Seidu perform well and are encouraging him to be more consistent this season than last season.
With an eye of being called into the National team for AFCON next year, performances like this guarantees him a chance of being called easily week-in-week-out by the defender.