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PHOBIAN RATE CARD: How Hearts of Oak SC Players Performed Against Against WAFA SC-Brilliant Attah With Perfect 10

Accra Hearts of Oak Sc ended their dreadful run of results at the Sogakope Red Bulls Arena with a well deserved point in their 0-0 stalemate against the Academy Boys. A complete teamwork, led by point earning saves from Richard Attah, handed Accra Hearts of Oak SC priceless point on the road.  442gh.com rates the performances of the Phobians out of 10 as seen below:

Richard Attah -10.0

A goalkeeper in the stature of Richard Attah needed big games to announce himself to the teaming fan base of Accra Hearts of Oak SC and got that at the Red Bulls Arena. The former Elmina Sharks custodian virtually stole a point for his side with series of goal bound saves. His agility and reflexes at the dreaded Arena earned him a perfect score out of 10.

Mohammed Fatawu- 6/10

The club skipper is begin to integrate himself into the defensive unit under Edward Odoom and showed his class at both ends of the pitch. Mohamed provided steel at the back to add to his leadership qualities.

Raddy Ovouka-9/10

The unheralded left back composed himself at the hands of the football ‘assassins’ with a near 100 perfect score. Raddy played his defensive role to perfection and capped a season changing outing with textbook deliveries from the left wing back role.

Robert Addo Sowah 9/10

Potentially the best player at the back for Accra Hearts of Oak SC, Robert paid back the trust planted in him by the head coach. The center back ticked the boxes of a modern defender, starting attacks from the back and tiding the potholes in the dynamic 4-3-3 starting formation.

Mohammed Alhassan-7/10

Not the usual Mo Ala fans have become accustomed to at the Red Bulls Arena despite his impressive outing. Mohammed Alhassan teamed up with Robert Addo in a watertight combination that could possibly lead the visitors to the promised destination. His return to the Red Bulls Arena will be remembered by his former teammates and fans alike.

Fredrick Ansah Botchway- 9/10

When supporters are forced to compose a new song at the stadium for the poster boy, adjectives are not needed to describe your qualities. Another superb outing for the former Liberty Professional FC architect.

Benjamin Afutu-9/10

Perhaps the Afutu that led Karela United FC to the topflight arrived at the Red Bulls Arena in the colors of Accra Hearts of Oak SC. Fans and pundits alike were left in awe with some refined passing skills and workaholic display exhibited by the visitors.

Emmanuel Nartey-8/10

When you join a new club and needed a litmus test to convince your new followers, stakes don’t get higher than a trip to Sogakope. Nartey feasted on the time spent on the pitch like nomad farmers in the desert. Energetic, timely and simple.

Joseph Esso-7/10

A brilliant performance against Ebusua Dwarfs raised hopes ahead of the trip to Volta region. Esso unleashed a golazo against his former clubs but failed to replicate the dosage against the Academy Boys. All round performance earned him 70 percent score despite the absence of goals in his game.

Kwadwo Obeng Junior-5/10

A very productive afternoon for the strongly built attacker despite drawing blank against the Academy Boys. His decision making at the Astro turf in Sogakope however failed to match the unplayable Junior we saw at the Accra Sports stadium.

Kofi Kordzi- 7/10

No goal, no problem. Kofi worked his socks off in an impressive game away to the sharp shooting Academy boys. Lack of composure in the final third cost him and his side the match winner in a complete performance by the visitors.

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