Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
Tino Kadewere says making a competitive debut for Lyon on Friday was a ‘dream come true’
Kadewere came on as a 73rd minute substitute, replacing Memphis Depay.
“To be honest it was just a dream come true.
“I was really happy and proud but also sad that my brother just passed on a month ago and could not see the dream we all wanted,” he said.
Kadewere said he needs to continue working hard.
“I think l just need to continue working hard both physically and technically in order to get used to play the Ligue 1 football also,” said Kadewere.
The Warriors striker said he is not worried about game time.
“I am not thinking of how many games I will play, but been working extra hard in order to be ready whenever I get the chance to play,” he said.
Asked about his coach’s reaction after his first game, he said:
“The coach was just happy with my performance and encouraged me to just keep working hard.
“I do not have any targets I just want to make sure I work hard and develop as a player and also of the field.”