Dominic ADIYIAH

Dominic Adiyiah - Ghana - FIFA World Cup 2010

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 02 July 2010

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    • POSITION
      Forward
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Monday, 10 July 1989
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Accra, Ghana
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Ghana
  • WORLD CUP
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Dominic ADIYIAH - Ghana - FIFA World Cup 2010

The main photo shows Dominic Adiyiah heading at goal during the quarter-final

match against Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Asamoah Gyan

missed a glorious chance to win it for Ghana when he failed to convert a last

minute penalty and it was the South Americans who would prevail in the penalty

shoot-out.

The right hand photo shows a distraught Dominic being consoled

by goalkeeper Richard Kingson, the young striker having missed his penalty in

the shoot-out. It had, though, been a fine tournament for the Ghanaians who

had come so very close to becoming the first African nation to reach a

World Cup semi-final.


Group D.


GHANA 0:1 GERMANY (0:0) (23.06.10, Johannesburg - JSC)
22-Richard Kingson, 4-John Paintsil, 8-Jonathan Mensah, 5-John Mensah, 2-Hans Sarpei,

 6-Anthony Annan, 23-Kevin-Prince Boateng, 12-Prince Tagoe (11-Sulley Muntari 64),

21-Kwadwo Asamoah, 13-Andre Ayew (18-Dominic Adiyiah 92),

3-Asamoah Gyan (14-Matthew Amoah 82).

 

Quarter-Finals

GHANA 1:1 URUGUAY (1:0)
- Uruguay won 4-2 on pens Muntari (45+2). (02.07.10, Johannesburg)

22-Richard Kingson, 4-John Paintsil, 5-John Mensah, 15-Isaac Vorsah, 2-Hans Sarpei,

6-Anthony Annan, 23-Kevin-Prince Boateng, 7-Samuel Inkoom (10-Stephen Appiah 74),

21-Kwadwo Asamoah, 11-Sulley Muntari (18-Dominic Adiyiah 88), 3-Asamoah Gyan.

 

CLUB CAREER:



2006–2007   Feyenoord Ghana

2007–2008   Heart of Lions

2008–2010   Fredrikstad 8 (0)

2010–2012   Milan 0 (0)

2010–2011    Reggina (loan) 13 (1)

2011              Partizan (loan) 6 (0)

2011              Karşıyaka (loan) 8 (0)

2012              Arsenal Kyiv (loan) 4 (0)

2012–2013    Arsenal Kyiv 36 (7)

2014              Atyrau 14 (1)

2015–2018    Nakhon Ratchasima 96 (19)

2019              Sisaket 22 (6)

2020-2021    Chiangmai United  11 (1)