Team Of The Week - Ghana Premier League Week Two Featured
26 Mar

Team Of The Week - Ghana Premier League Week Two

Your authoritative and dependable home for Ghana Premier League, come your way with the team of the week after Match Day Two of the Ghana Premier League.
Richard Osei Agyemang of Ashanti Gold SC and Zuberu Sharani of Dreams FC maintained their position in our team from Match Day One.
In a 4-2-3-1 formation, below is how we've lined-up our team;
Felix Annan; GK(Asante Kotoko)-
He managed to keep his first clean sheet of the season in their slim win over Inter Allies. Annan was a delight to watch with several brilliant saves to hand Kotoko their first victory. He was adjudged the man of the match following his splendid performance during the game making four clear saves from Victorien Adje Adebayor and substitute, Nsungusi Jnr Effiong's three brilliant moves away from Wahab Adams.
Issahaku Zakaria; RB(Wa All Stars)-
The right-back was absolutely incredible during his debut home game for Wa All Stars. Though his side could not find the back of the net, his surging runs on the flanks was so delightful to watch. Additionally, his defensive player was genius which helped him grab the Most Valuable Player in the game.
Abdul Ismail Ganiu; LCB (Karela FC)-
The former Wa All Stars centre-back was the pillar at the back line for Karela FC as they shared spoils with Eleven Wonders at Aiyinase. After conceding in early in the game, Abdul Ganiu Ismail tackled very well with several blocks to prevent his side from conceding another. His output earned him the Man Of The Match award.
Richard Osei Agyemang; RCB (Ashanti Gold)-
His second appearances for the Miners was superb as he did on his debut against Wa All Stars. Osei handle the Hearts of Oak strikers with cheeky ease as Cosmos Dauda was totally out of the match as well as substitute Selassi Bakai. He deployed his defensive skills for Ashanti Gold SC to gain the three maximum points and subsequently won the Man Of The Match award.
Fard Ibrahim; LB (Inter Allies)-
The young left-back played with comfort and marauded down the flanks well throughout the duration of the game. He pocketed experienced Frank Sarfo Gyamfi and made him a mere passenger in the game though his side lost by a goal to nil against Asante Kotoko SC.
Amos Addai; RW (Ashanti Gold)-
Amos Addai was one of the enforcers that frustrated Hearts of Oak throughout the match. His runs on the flanks made the full-backs of Hearts committing errors to concede goals. His markers always failed to halt his energetic and electrifying run on the flanks. He managed to registered his name on the score sheet. He was a clear contender to have won the Man Of The Match award as he had high ratings after the game.
Ebo Mends; CDM (Elmina Sharks)-
Ebo Mends controlled the pace of the game for Elmina Sharks against the quality of midfielder of Aduana Stars. Hardly did he get any footing wrong in the middle for his side and could have won a penalty for his side. Deservedly, he won the Man Of The Match accolade.
Emmanuel Owusu Boakye; CM (Bechem United)-
Emmanuel Owusu was making his debut for Bechem United in the Ghana Premier League and managed to find the back of the net. Ibrahim Yaro, Samuel Appiah alongside Gideon Acquah failed to handle the midfielder well as he tormented them throughout the duration of the game against Medeama SC at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park.
Zakari Mohammed; AM (Inter Allies)-
Zakari was probably the Man Of The Match for most of the spectators who thronged the Baba Yara Sports Stadium with his workaholic display. He minimized the threats of Jordan Opoku and Jackson Owusu in midfield. He had an impeccable and almost flawless game for Inter Allies creating three clear chances that should have been converted by his strikers.
Aminu Mohammed; LW (WAFA)-
The Ghana U17 star tormentor the Liberty defense throughout the match until he was substituted few minutes to the end of the game. He made several attempts to get the opener before the break but his questions couldn't get answered until the second half where he grabbed his second goal of the season as well as being adjudged Man Of The Match award.
Sharani Zuberu; ST (Dreams)-
The lanky goal poacher was the chief tormentor for his side and an intrunental figure against Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City Park but failed to register a goal due to his partner upfront who was wasteful during the match. Zuberu could have at least bagged in a brace but his efforts went futile. Though he didn't score in a 1-1 draw game, he won the Most Valuable Player of the game which speaks volume of what he gave to his side in the game.
COACH: CK Akunnor
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