Player Ratings: Dreams FC 3-2 Inter Allies
We came from behind twice on Wednesday afternoon to defeat Inter Allies by 3 goals to 2 at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu in matchweek 11 of the Ghana Premier League.
Two late goals by Leonard Owusu and one from Eric Gawu were enough to secure us the hard fought 3 points.
Here’s how the lads fared in the game.
Isaac Amoako – 3/5
He recovered from his nightmarish performance in Sogakope during the weekend to give good account of himself. He was barely threatened but came out tops when called upon. There was little he could do about the goals
Samuel Alabi –3/5
He was exquisite on his first game of the season. He was very productive going forward and did a solid job defensively.
Razak Cromwell – 3/5
Returned to the line up and just like Alabi, he was flying on the flanks and was good in his defensive duties. His crosses were top notch.
Issah Yakubu – 3.5/5
He was strong in defence as usual. He was on hand to provide the assist from deep in his own half for Gawu’s goal. He was however lucky not to have been booked in the first half after a rash challenge on an Inter Allies attacker.
Massaudu Abdulai – 3/5
He also recovered from the Sogakope disaster to get back into his best shape for this game. He was strong in the tackles and very calm on the ball.
Patrick Arthur – 3/5
He looked good on the day as he shielded the defence from attacks. His tackles were strong as usual.
Kwadwo Asamoah – 3/5
He had quite a good game. He held the ball well and moved well around the pitch.
Leonard Owusu – 3/5
The captain was a pale shadow of himself in the early stages of the game but came to life in the closing stages as he came up with two good goals to secure the three points; first was from a good freekick which whisked into the goal leaving the Inter Allies goalkeeper rooted to the spot. The second was from the penalty spot in the dying minutes.
Benjamin Ayim – 4/5
The best player on the day, Ayim was a lot of trouble for the Inter Allies defense. His marauding runs on the flanks usually got the opponent uncomfortable. His delivery from crosses and corners were the best.
Eric Gawu – 3/5
It took a while but the veteran finally got rewarded for his constant pestering of defenses as he managed to escape from two Inter Allies defenders to slot in a equalizer two minutes after the restart.
Zuberu Sharani – 2.5/5
He was a pale shadow of himself as he failed to provide any credible threat to the opposition.
Richard Addai – N/A
Samuel Pimpong – N/A