Pulse Sports presents the Ghana Premier League team for match day 8
The Black Stars goalkeeper was the main reason why Liberty Professionals couldn't find the back of the net against Wa All Stars. He came to the rescue of his side on different occasions to stop the Scientific Soccer lads from scoring.
The Dream FC left full-back was in his personal best form, but in this formation he is a make shift right back sue to the performance of Imoro Ibrahim, who also impressed as a left full-back. His runs and tackles were spot on, as Bechem United suffered an unexpected 1-2 defeat against Bolga All Stars.
The Bolga All Stars left-full was mobile during the game by joining the attack of the hosts, as they handed Bechem United a 2-1 defeat. His recovery rate too was superb.
He was the main man for Gt. Olympics. He won both aerial and below balls and provided a lot of cover for the Olympics defence to help protect his defensive pair Dan Quaye who is aging. The former B.A United defender was the saviour for the Accra lads, as they held Medeama to a 1-1 draw on Saturday.
He was a stalwart in defence. He used his physique to intimidate the attackers of Asante Kotoko by taking most of the aerial balls and his timing of the ball was also good. Atingah was also bold to go for the spot kick that decided the tie against Asante Kotoko
He won most of the 50-50 balls and his passes were accurate. Noah crowned a day 1
of good display with the only goal of the game when Elmina Sharks defeated AshGold 1-0.
His work rate was very high and he was accurate with his passing. Frimpong scored an amazing header to win all the three points for Bolga All Stars
The former Windy Professional youngster was the orchestra of the Medeama team by taking players on and giving incisive passes. Nyarko emerged as the man of the match of the game for his thrilling display.
The supporting striker was workaholic throughout. His managed to hold on to the ball and his passes were accurate. He was the one who set the tone for WAFA victory by scoring the match opener.
He brought life into the Hearts of Oak team when he was introduced in the second half. He created width and gave the Kotoko defence trouble with his dribbles and precise crosses. Razak had a hand in the ball that resulted in the contentious penalty by giving a pass to Sam Yeboah before Ahmed Adams blocked the resultant shot.
He continued his run of good performance for the season by scoring the match opener for Ebusua Dwarfs when they ended the unbeaten run of Aduana Stars at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium. He tormented the defence men of Aduana Stars.