Player Ratings: Dreams FC 1-0 Elmina Sharks

It was quite a drama at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu today as Dreams FC left it late to secure it’s first top flight win since 2016.

Zuberu Sharani’s wonder strike right at the depth was enough to guarantee a winning return.

Here’s how the players fared.

Isaac Amoako – 4/5 

He was excellent in goal. He made four crucial saves; three of them in the second half alone to keep Dreams alive in the game.

Abdul Razak Cromwell – 3/5

He did a good job running up and down the flanks. His defensive work was top notch.

Maxwell Arthur – 3/5

He was on and off throughout the game but managed to keep his composure when it mattered.

Masahudu Abdallah – 3/5

He had a good day today. He was very solid and tenacious.

Issah Yakubu – 3/5

Yet another good performer on the day. His only dent was the yellow card he received in the second half.

Patrick Arthur – 3/5

He had a mixed day with his performance but in general, he was good. He has definitely seen better days.

Godfred Asante – 3/5

He captained the side today in the absence of Leonard Owusu and showed much grit and composure in the heart of defence. He swayed out of position a few times ; fortunately they were not costly.

Kwadwo Asamoah – 3/5

He started slowly in the first half but asserted himself well in the second. He controlled the midfield well with great skill.

 Cletus Nombil – 3/5

Also stationed at the heart of midfield, Cletus held his own well but a few misplaced passes under no pressure deducted some points from his performance.

Eric Gawu – 3.5/5

Despite not scoring, Gawu used his experience well to put the opposition defenders under much pressure whenever the ball entered the danger areas.

Zuberu Sharani – 4/5

His nerves showed early on in the game when he continuously failed to get the ball under control and a few misplaced passes. he was unlucky not to open the scoring in the first half as he forced a good save from the Sharks goalkeeper. He showed much composure late on to score the only goal to secure the win for Dreams.


Osman Muntaka –  N/A

Samuel pimpong – N/A