Ghanaian forward, Prince Tagoe has been named as one of six players to likely to shine during the 2019 edition of the Sheikh Kamal International Club Cup.
This will be the third time the tournament will be held and is expected to be played over the course of 12 days whiles featuring a total of 8 teams from 5 Asian countries.
The tournament started last Saturday, October 19, 2019, and has so far seen eight matches being played.
According to Dhaka Tribune, Prince Tagoe who recently secured a move to Bangladeshi side Chittagong Abahani is a striker that could emerge as one of the top-performing players at the end of the tournament.
Meanwhile, the five other players tipped to excel during the Sheikh Kamal International Club Cup include Daniel Colindres (Bashundhara Kings), Jamal Bhuiyan (Ctg Abahani), Andrew Lee Tuck (Terengganu FC), Yeasin Khan (Bashundhara Kings) and Francisco Javier Gonzalez (Mohun Bagan AC).
Prince Tagoe, 32, is yet to have his chance and will be looking to quickly get on the scoresheet when he features for his side in their next game in the tournament to boost his confidence.