South Sudan U-20 goalkeeper, Godwill Simon Yogusuk was born in 2004 and has established himself as one of the most talented players at the ongoing U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. The teenage shot-stopper was yesterday exceptional for his team at the heart of the goalpost as he helped South Sudan record their first-ever win in a CAF tournament.
He made history yesterday against the Central African Republic where he used his vast experience to make quite an incredible number of saves in their hard-fought one-nil victory.
Godwill Simon Yogusuk in the game played an instrumental role to help his team secure the maximum three points after their disappointing two goals to-one defeat in their opening game of the tournament against Congo.
A lone goal scored via a penalty by Paul Jawa gave the South Sudan side the crucial win that put them in the race to qualify for the next round of the competition, with their last game to be played against Uganda.
God will Simon Yogusuk with his great influx of delivery in the thrilling and keenly contested encounter will be hoping to keep the tempo going in their next game as they continue their pursuit in the competition.