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Inaki Williams has disclosed that his 90-year-old grandfather promised he would die in peace the day he saw him wearing the Black Stars jersey and playing for Ghana.
The Athletic Bilbao forward decided to play for Ghana in June after switching allegiance from Spain, having made one senior cap for the European country.
Inaki made his Ghana debut in the friendly against Brazil before following that up with another appearance against Nicaragua.
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Former Spain international is proud to make the changes in national teams and looks forward to playing a major role in Ghana's success.
Ianki Williams is expected to make Ghana coach Otto Addo's team for the World Cup in Qatar in November.
Heartwarming footage of Williams brothers reuniting after international break emerges
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Inaki Williams and his brother, Nico, have reunited at Athletic Bilbao after the end of a historic international break for the family.
The eldest of the Williams brothers, Inaki, made his Ghana debut after switching nationalities while Nico played a role in Spain's UEFA Nations League games.
In a heartwarming video posted on social media, the duo were spotted together as they returned to club duties.
Source: Sports Brief News
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