Raphael Dwamena Ghana striker scores hat-trick for FC Zurich

Dwamena completed his hat-trick in 35 minutes after scoring his first and Zurich's second in the 15th minute.

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Raphael Dwamena scored a brilliant, and brilliantly fast, hat-trick on Sunday afternoon.

The in-form Ghana striker completed his hat-trick in just 35 minutes during FC Zurich's 10-0 win over Chippis.

Dwamena completed his hat-trick in 35 minutes after scoring his first and Zurich's second in the 15th minute.

Zurich ran out 10-0 victors against the Swiss lower-tier side.

Dwamena's teammate Dzengis Cavusevic also scored five goals while Moussa Kone netted twice late on.

His great form in front of goal is set to fuel reports of an impending 8 million pound transfer to English Premier League club, Brighton and Hove.

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