Team of the Week; Ghana Premier League week four Featured
02 Apr

Team of the Week; Ghana Premier League week four

Acra Hearts of Oak and Karela United FC dominated the team of the week with two players each as both clubs recorded a home victory over the weekend.
Abdul Ismail Ganiu and Amos Addai are the only players who have made an appearance in the previous weeks with the others making debut appearances in the team.
Your authoritative Ghana Premier League guide, present to you the Team Of The Week after Match Day Four of the Ghana Premier League.
Benjamin Mensah - Hearts of Oak
He made several brilliant saves to prevent Dreams FC from scoring against Hearts of Oak. With some fearsome attacks from Eric Gawu, Sharini Zuberu and Richard Addai were saved by the former New Edubiase Shot-stopper. The fans of both teams lauded him after saving a venomous shot from Kwadwo Asamoah in the mid of the game.
Daniel Darkwah - Asante Kotoko
The left-back was a pillar on the flanks for the the Porcupine Warriors as he managed to hold the enforcers of Eleven Wonders. His great output for the entire duration of the match earned him the NASCO Man of the match Award.
Ismail Abdul Ganiu - Karela FC
He is organized his back four very well to avoid conceding as they were in search for their first victory of the season. He was superb during the match as Joseph Amoah and Solomon Gyasi found it as a difficult task to at least pull one back for Ebusua Dwarfs.
Benjamin Agyare - Hearts of Oak
The newly-signed Hearts of Oak centre-back has established himself in their set-up featuring all their league matches in the ongoing season. His partnership with young defender Robert Addo Sowah was very solid for the Dreams FC attackers to penetrate. The solid defense of the Phobians made Dreams shooting from long ranges.
Suraj Ibrahim - Elmina Sharks
The young right-back was the best performer in Elmina Sharks 2-0 win over West African Football Academy on Saturday night. He was superb on the flanks with his runs and crosses. He curtailed Daniel Lomotey and Richard Danso in both halves.
Amos Addai - Ashanti Gold
He has been very impressive for the Miners in the ongoing Ghana Premier League season. His output against Bechem United earned him the best performer award after the match. Addai grabbed the leveller for his side with a brilliant finish.
Kwadwo Asamoah - Dreams FC
Asamoah displayed a five-star performance against Hearts of Oak with his accurate, brilliant and descent passes to his forwards. He also made attempts to snatch the equaliser for the 'Still Believe' with long range shots but his efforts couldn't futile. 
Kwasi Donsu - Medeama SC
The free-kick expert was very impressive for Medeama in their 1-1 away draw with Liberty Professionals. He won the Man of the Match award for the vital role he played to earned his side the point. He tried shooting outside the 18-yard box but most went wide as well as the free-kicks awarded to them.
Yahaya Adramani - Wa All Stars
The 23-year-old winger was delight to watch during Wa All Stars 1-0 home victory over Berekum Chelsea. He dazzled the Chelsea full-backs in both halves of the game. His splendid performance grabbed him the NASCO man of the match award.
Donald Wellington - Karela FC
The Sierra Leone international played an integral role in Karela FC first-ever win in their Ghana Premier League debut season. He kept the Ebusua Dwarfs defenders unrest during the game where he scored one goal and also provided an assist. Following his sterling performance, which could be rated 9.5/10 earned his the NASCO Man of the Match Award.
Yahaya Mohammed - Aduana Stars
The former Ghana youth attacker made headlines for the week four of the Ghana Premier League following his hat-trick. He registered his name thrice on the score sheet against Inter Allies. Yahaya was adjudged the man of match for his five-star performance during the match.
Coach: Yusif Abubakar (Aduana Stars)
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