Player Ratings: WAFA 5-0 Dreams FC
We succumbed to a 5-0 defeat at the hands of WAFA in Sogakope on Saturday afternoon in a game that saw put up a performance that’s alien to us.
Here’s how our player’s fared on the day.
Isaac Amoako – 2/5
He had a very bad day in post as he failed to deal with several of the opponent’s onslaughts.
Maxwell Arthur –2/5
He constantly found himself out of position especially in the first half which left the team pregnable on the counter each time.
Montari Kamaheni – 2.5/5
Looked quite solid at the back but provided very little going forward.
Abdul Jalilu – 2/5
He came in for the suspended Issah Yakubu which incidentally was his first game of the season and he looked jittery and nervy throughout the game.
Massaudu Abdulai – 2/5
Massaudu was a pale shadow of himself on the day. He failed to impose himself at the back as his positioning was quite questionable at times during the game. He was however solid on the one-on-one situations.
Patrick Arthur – 2/5
He lacked the drive and tenacity we’ve seen from him over the course of the season in this game. He was overrun by the opposition midfield and he gave the ball away easily as well.
Kwadwo Asamoah – 3/5
He was the brightest spot in our gloomy day in Sogakope as he continued to run his socks off for the team throughout the game even when all seemed lost.
Leonard Owusu – 2/5
Nothing worked for him on the day. His controls let him down and his passes were far from accurate.
George Dwubeng – 2/5
Another culprit of the giveaway scheme, Dwubeng was lost in midfield throughout the game. His expected shielding of the back four was far from existent.
Eric Gawu – 2.5/5
He was left all alone up front on many occasions but managed to use his experience to trouble opposition defenders when the long balls came in to him. He however failed to get a shot in the game.
Zuberu Sharani – 2/5
Sharani’s profligacy demons came to pay him a visit on the day. He lacked the composure to finish off the chances that were presented to him.
Alhassan Bashiru – 2/5
He came in early in the second half and injected some energy into the midfield. His exuberance however earned him a yellow card in the dying minutes for a cynical tackle.
Benjamin Ayim – 1.5/5
Just as Bashiru, Ayim was electric when he came on. He found himself in good positions. He was booked for a high footed challenge in the latter parts of the game.
Cletus Nombil – N/A