It was his first league game, his first taste of the English Premier League, and he was there for it.
The teenager scored twice in the 3-0 win over Adelaide United and was also instrumental in helping Adelaide reach the finals, where they lost to Western Sydney Wanderers.
It was his second trip to the A20 Championship, where he scored three goals in seven matches.
Toure has now scored three times in his past five games and has been named in the squad for the quarter-final clash with Melbourne Victory.
“I’ve only had a couple of weeks to digest the experience of a first-time trip,” Toure said.
“But I’m confident the league has got me, and I’ve got a good group of players who want to play for me.”
If I can just keep scoring goals, I can do the job.
“Toures has already become one of the AFL’s most sought-after players.
His contract extension will keep him at the club until at least 2019.
“(I) haven’t thought about it at all and it’s really great to have the support of the team. “
It’s a good deal for me and for the club,” Toures said.
“(I) haven’t thought about it at all and it’s really great to have the support of the team.
The support of (former teammate) Daniel Lloyd, my mum, my dad, my teammates and the fans.”
The 28-year-old has made more than 150 appearances in his career, including four A-league titles and five league titles.
He has played in every one of his clubs first-team and reserve sides and scored 11 goals in his seven-year career.
He has won three Hyundai A-Listers, a Champions League and two Copa Libertadores titles.
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