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.
After a little over 4weeks on the sidelines, i feel very happy to play football once again and help @achtzehn99_en get all 3 points. Fans were great today. On to the next one🔵⚪️🇬🇭— Kassim Nuhu Adams (@KassimAdams24) 20 octobre 2018
Alhamdullilah 🙏🏻 Allah is Great. pic.twitter.com/IDcr3VnFNn
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.