Ghana defender Baba Abdul Rahman has expressed delight in scoring on his debut for Greek giants PAOK in their thumping win against Lamia on Sunday.The 26-year-old on loan from Chelsea opened the scoring after taking on a Lamia defender before firing past the goalkeeper in the 18th minute.”Best feeling in the world. Good win and really happy to have scored on my debut. Going back to training now,” he posted on Twitter after the game.
Best feeling in the world.Good win and really happy to have scored on my debut. Going back to training now pic.twitter.com/uhr3jLVs70
baba abdul-rahman (@babarahmangh) February 21, 2021The defender, whose career has been blighted by injuries, showed his revival when he found himself in the box, beat his marker before hitting a low drive into the net for his first goal of the season.The game is Rahman’s first taste of top-flight football in over a year after injuring his knee while playing for Mallorca in the Spanish La Liga back in 2019.Baba was handed his debut on Sunday after impressing the technical team of PAOK with his technique, attitude and integration into Greek culture.The 26-year-old joined PAOK on loan from Premier League side, Chelsea, until the end of the current season.