Ghana midfielder Yussif Chibsah has given an indication of what he is capable of doing for the country by hitting top form in Sweden on the night he was handed a return to the Black Stars after a three-year absence.

Chibsah, who plays for top flight Swedish side Gefle, scored all the goals as his club defeated Hamstad 2-0 in the league on Wednesday night, the same night he was called to the national team for the first time in three years.

The former Kotoko player opened the scoring for Gefle on 38 minutes before sealing the victory with a strike just after the hour mark.

The win took Gefle to sixth on the table and the Ghanaian player was named Man of the Match, his third of the season.

Chibsah was among the 32 players called by Ghana coach Milovan Rajeavc ahead of the World Cup qualifiers against Mali and Sudan next month.

His performance in the Swedish top-flight is what has resulted in his return to the national team since he last played for the country during a friendly in 2006 ahead of the World Cup.

Last season he was among the top-performers in the Swedish league and was monitored by Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac.

Source: ghanasoccernet