Black Stars coach Avram Grant has stated that very few players can attain the achievements of Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan.
He revealed that the exploits of Gyan are unmatched and would take special grace and effort to equal his record.
During a special birthday at the Basilica De Baby Jet on Saturday evening, Grant said, “It will be very difficult to break your record, you have done so much for yourself, family and country.
“You still have so much to achieve in your career, you are a nice and fantastic person. I wish you well on this special occasion of yours, happy birthday.”
Gyan has scored 49 goals for the country and many more at club level, winning countless honours in his career.
The player’s 30th birthday party attracted members of the football fraternity and the entertainment industry alike who paid glowing tribute to the striker for his outstanding performance for club and country.
High-profile persons like former Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah and his deputy Maxwell Konadu, politician Kennedy Agyapong, Hip-lifers and dancehall artists Stoneboi, Samini, Sarkodie, Jupiter, Sidney Barimah, Kwaisey Pee, D. Cryme, actresses Lydia Forson, Yvonne Okoro, Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor (SEA), former Tottenham striker and other dignitaries thronged the Basilica.
The Black Stars captain also grabbed the microphone and did a rendition with saxophonist Steve Bedie to launch the Asa (Baby Jet) Band.