Ghana international, Mubarak Wakasu, showed his class on the pitch in his first ever game for Granada since his winter switch . The nomadic Ghanaian pocketed an assist to mark his return to Spanish football.
The Black Stars offensive midfielder powered Granada to only their second win in ten outings and route out of the drop zone. The 25 year former Panathinaikos midfielder, sumptuously teed up the onrushing Martin Carcela for the opening goal of the game in a 4-1 romp over Real Betis.
The former Espanyol and Villareal midfielder, who enjoyed a two stellar stints in Spanish football, bossed affairs for the beleaguered club as they roared to their third win in the season and second in the last 10 league fixtures. Goals from Adrian Ramos and Andreas Perera pulled Granada out of the basement position in the Spanish top tier.
Wakasu lasted the full throttle for his new paymasters and could be facing compatriot Innaki Williams next week in the Spanish la liga.