Nigeria is ahead of Ghana in many things and one of such areas is in football.

From the number of FIFA U-17 World Cup titles to the number of appearances at the senior FIFA World Cup, Nigeria is ahead of their West African ‘bredas’.

Though Nigeria has enjoyed another rare privilege of being among the few African countries to have their players sign up to some of the biggest clubs in the world;Ghana his finally joined the train.

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Barcelona's new signing, Kevin Prince Boateng, becomes the first Ghanaian in the history of the Club.

The son of a Ghanaian and a German, and the older brother of Bayern centre-back, Jérôme Boateng, the 31-year-old forward was an international in Germany's lower categories until he achieved dual German-Ghanaian nationality in 2010.

Playing for Ghana has allowed him to participate in two World Cups - South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014 - where he faced his brother.

Formed in Hertha Berlin's junior sides - a team with which he debuted in the Bundesliga -, Boateng has played in four of the five major European leagues wearing the shirts of Tottenham, Portsmouth, Milan, Schalke, Eintracht Frankfurt, Las Palmas and Sassuolo, the team from which he arrives in Barcelona.


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