Accra Hearts of Oak SC sold out another disappointing performance against Inter Allies FC in a 1-1 stalemate at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Phobians struggled to contain the trickery Victorien Adebayor in the capital showdown that saw Mohammed Alhassan and Samuel Armah exchanging goals.
From the high flying Ibrahim Larry Sumaila to the goal shy attacking machinery, 442gh.com takes a look at the performance of the Phobian contingent.
Another sterling performance from the former Elmina Sharks custodian to deny Inter Allies FC several goal bound shots. The lanky goalkeeper earned 8/10 and was faultless in the simple tap in from Samuel Armah.
Larry Sumaila Ibrahim
What a time to make a case for a place in the first team. Sumaila feasted on the rare chance handed him by Edward Odoom with energetic display at the Accra Sports Stadium. Lung busting runs down the right flank left many followers of the Oak tree in awe of his contribution. An impressive rating of 9/10 makes him the most impressive player on the pitch.
Left Back : Raddy Ovouka
The Congolese defender unleashed another master piece at the Accra Sports Stadium. His all contributions confirmed the recent form of Raddy Ovouka. An impressive 8/10 makes him one of the most impressive players on the pitch.
The lanky center back suffered at the hands of Samuel Armah and Victorien Adebayor. His combination with Mohammed Alhassan failed to gel at the Accra Sports Stadium. A rating of 5/10 for the center back.
The former WAFA SC center back pulled parity for the visitors in the capital showdown. Mohammed Alhassan lacked pace to deal with the speedy attacking unit of Inter Allies FC but improved his personal ratings with a goal. The skipper earned himself a healthy 6/10 largely due to the goal.
A typical ball winner that needs to work on his ball usage. Afutu came close to scoring twice in the end to end clash but could not find the back of the net. His exceptional ball winning prowess came to the party at the Accra Sports Stadium. A rating of 7/10 makes him the fourth best player on the pitch.
A combination with Benjamin Afutu failed to lubricate the center of the pitch for Edward Odoom’s men. Aminu enjoyed a decent spell in winning balls but failed to add more attacking contributions to his game and that of the Phobians at large. He earned a rating of 6/10.
Not the type of performance Nurudeen Aziz would have love to unleash in the capital exercise. The versatile midfielder was hauled off after recess to cap a frustrating game against the Capelli Boys. 4/10 for his positional awareness on the pitch.
The wing back turned right winger failed to add attacking bite to the team. Solid in defense but needs to up his final delivery from the flanks. He was rated 5/10.
The strongly built center forward led the line superbly against an Inter Allies FC side noted for their solidity at the back. Despite drawing blank against the Capelli Boys, Kordzi showed his attacking skills with some strong link up play. 7/10 for his overall contribution to the game.
Esso extended his search for that elusive second league goal of the season in the end to end thriller against Inter Allies FC. The former Ebusua Dwarfs FC attacker has now gone 9 matches without a League goal since scoring against Ebusua Dwarfs in match day three. A total rating of 5/10.
A visible and game changing contributions from Michelle Sarpong. The left footed prodigy confirmed his return to the pitch with some blistering quick feet down the flanks. Despite his late cameo, Sarpong earned a rating of 6/10.