Prince Opoku Agyemang and Ahmed Toure have undoubtedly lightened up the Medeama attack in the second round of the Ghana Premier League.
Medeama struggled for goals in most part of the first round of the season, scoring 16 goals in 14 games failing to score in 5 matches.
Among the 16 goals, the front line of Agyenim Boateng (3), Abass Mohammed (4) and Kwadwo Asamoah(1) had 8 goals among themselves.
The duo joined the Tarkwa based side later in the first face of the season and are currently the best partnership in the Ghanaian top-flight.
Prior to the Opoku and Toure reign, Karela United’s Diawisie Taylor and Kwame Boateng had the deadly tag in the first lap of the ongoing campaign scoring a combined 15 goals in 15 games.
But Taylor and Boateng have managed only 4 goals in 8 games since Opoku and Toure made their debut for the Yellow and Mauves in February.
Ahmed Toure, 33, was signed on a free transfer while Prince Opoku Agyemang, 28, was recalled from his loan spell at Cape Town City in South Africa.
The two scored one each in Medeama’s 3-0 win over Ebusua Dwarfs last Sunday, taking their tally to 11 goals between them in 8 matches.
Toure has scored 5 of those including two assists with Opoku Agyemang netting 6.
Medeama after the emphatic win has now scored 16 goals in their last 8 matches with either of the two on the pitch, equalling the 16 goals scored before Opoku and Toure joined.
Coach Yaw Preko’s team lead the league table at the moment with 39 points.