Harambee Stars' Erick Marcelo Ouma Shines For His Club AIK Against Elfsborg
By @Pmejja | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 4020 views
Erick Marcelo Ouma is a Kenyan professional footballer. The defender has been playing for Harambee Stars' international matches for quite some time. He helped the national team to qualify for the African Cup of Nations back in 2019. The right back impressed in the competition is he managed to keep at bay the likes of Algeria's Riyad Mahrez and Senegal's Sadio Mane.
Erick Marcelo Ouma plays abroad in Sweden for AIK club. Since joining the club he has been involved in almost all the matches. Last night AIK played a friendly game against Elfsborg. AIK won the heavily contested affair by a goal to nil. The solitary goal was scored by Bojan Radulovic in the 53rd minutes.
Ouma continued with his exploits at the backline. He impressed because in some moments he produced some great clearances and tackles that kept Elfsborg strikers at bay.
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