Aberdeen defender Kieran Ngwenya made his international debut for Malawi in their friendly against Tanzania.
Ngwenya, who qualifies to play for Malawi through his father, was named in the starting line-up for the Flames’ game in Dar es Salaam on Sunday.
“It came up as a shock to me when the call up came up,” he told the Malawi FA website last week. “It is an honour to be considered for national team duty, so I took the opportunity. This is great for me to be involved with the national team. But I also think it is really a big thing to represent your country in anything.
Ngwenya is from Edinburgh and played for Tynecastle Boys Club before joining Aberdeen’s under-18 squad in 2020.
We wish Kieran all the best as he continues to represent the Malawi National Football Team

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