Adams elated with performance for Hoffenheim upon injury return

The Ghanaian defender returned to the pitch for Die Kraichgauer after almost seven weeks on the sidelines and couldn't hide his joy

Ghana defender Kassim Nuhu Adams has expressed his delight at his return to competitive football for the first time since September 1, as TSG Hoffenheim defeated Nurnberg 3-1 in the German Bundesliga on Saturday.
Adams lasted 68 minutes during his comeback match at Max-Morlock-Stadion before he was replaced by German youth international Kevin Akpoguma.
Hoffenheim had gone three games without a point in all competitions, conceding six goals as a result, but Saturday's win has propelled them to eighth position on the Bundesliga log with ten points.
"After a little over 4 weeks on the sidelines, I feel very happy to play football once again and help @achtzehn99_en get all 3 points," Adams posted on Twitter. 
Hoffenheim will now switch attention to the Uefa Champions League as they head to France to lock horns with Olympique Lyon in Group F on Tuesday.
Adams is expected to retain his position in Julian Nagelsmann's squad after his impressive display.

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