Abdoul Fessal Tapsoba (born 23 August 2001) is a Burkinabé professional footballer who plays as a forward for Belgian First Division A side Standard Liège.
Early Life and Career
Tapsoba began his career with Ivorian club ASEC Mimosas in the Ivorian Ligue 1. On 28 November 2018, Tapsoba scored his first goal for the club in the CAF Champions League against Mangasport. His 5th-minute goal was enough in a 1–0 victory. In September 2019, Tapsoba was loaned out to Belgian side Standard Liège and mainly played with the reserve side. After the season ended, Tapsoba was signed permanently by Standard Liège.
Tapsoba made his professional debut for Standard on 8 August 2020 against Cercle Brugge. He came on as a 78th minute substitute for Maxime Lestienne as Standard Liège won 1–0.
He made his debut for Burkina Faso national football team on 29 March 2021 in an AFCON 2021 qualifier against South Sudan.
Abdoul Tapsoba is currently single and not dating or in any relationship. Abdoul Tapsoba is also not yet married.
Net Worth and Salary
Abdoul Tapsoba’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated to be around $300, 000 – $5 million.