Boateng’s Wish Granted At Draw

Kevin-Prince-Boateng-was-an-intsant-hit-for-GhanaKevin-Prince Boateng says he is looking forward to a showdown with Schalke 04 team-mate Jermaine Jones who will play for the United States at the 2014 World Cup.

Boateng is set to play against the Stripes for the second time at the World Cup after Ghana were drawn against the United States, Germany and Portugal in Group G at Costa Do Sauipe last Friday.

The former AC Milan star has been expressing his delight about draw with a potential clash with his half-brother Jerome Boateng who could play for the Germans.

But he says he is looking forward to playing against his Schalke team-mate Jermaine Jones who could play for the United States in Ghana’s Group opener at Natal.

“And also against my team-mate Jermaine Jones [of the USA]  he’s simply great,” he told Sport Bild.

“You can see that wishes do come true,” the attacking midfielder told Sport Bild. “It’s the draw of my dreams.”

“I can’t wait to face my brother at the World Cup

Boateng scored the opening goal for Ghana in the 2010 World Cup in a game Ghana won at extra-time with Asamoah Gyan’s famous finish.

*Black Stars winger Christian Atsu played a hugely influential role for Vitesse Arnhem who emphasized their superiority over PSV Eindhoven this season by hammering them 6-2 in the Dutch top-flight league on Saturday.

The Chelsea loanee was among the best performers at the Philips Arena for Vitesse setting up Mike Havenaar in the 66th minute, as they polished their wonderful season with a glistening display, resurrecting from a Memphis Depay first-half added-time leveller to claim their biggest win of the season so far.

Atsu was picked by Vitesse manager Peter Bosz as he held down his place on the flanks, playing along side fellow Chelsea loanee Lucas Piazon who scored a 38th minute opener.

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