Ghana’s Dauda Mohammed celebrated his equalizer for Esbjerg fB against AC Horsens on Tuesday night by taking the knee to show support for the ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign.
The in-form striker featured for his club in the Danish Superliga yesterday to help the side seek a win that will boost their chances of escaping relegation at the end of the season.
On the matchday, Dauda Mohammed showed fine form as he opened the scoring for Esbjerg fB after just 12 minutes of play.
After his equalizer, he runs to the touchline as he took a knee while raising his arm into the air to show solidarity to the ‘Black Lives Campaign’ which has been intensified as a result of the death of African-American George Floyd in the USA.
Unfortunately, Dauda’s team could not defend the lead as the match eventually ended 2-2 at the end of the 90 minutes.
Watch the former Kotoko striker’s goal for Esbjerg fB below: