Ghanaian left back Abdul Baba Rahman has expressed satisfaction with his first goal in the Greek Super League.
Rahman who completed a loan deal to PAOK FC from England side Chelsea in January returned to action on Sunday.
The 26 year old was heavily criticized for lowering his standards by playing in relatively unknown leagues.
Baba who scored a goal on his debut game despite battling with knee injuries has described his first goal in Greek as announcing his presence.
The enterprising left-back helped his side to record a resounding 4-0 win over their opponent in the 18th minutes.
“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.
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.