Ratings: Dreams FC largely outplayed Kotoko

Dreams FC beat Asante Kotoko 1-0 in their second Group A game of the ongoing G-8 tournament on Wednesday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. It was an exciting win for the Premier League returnees. In the report below, Edmund Okai Gyimah and Abdul Wadudu Osman assess the performance of the players and also give them marks for their performance. 

Ishawu Yahaya – (8/10). He put up a wonderful performance as the goalkeeper. He wrapped up his display with the superb save from the spot to denied Frederick Boateng his debut goal.

Razak Cromwell – (7/10). He combined with James Wiafe well on the left side, defensively. He was solid.

Maxwell Arthur – (7/10). He dealt with threatd posed by Baba Mahama. It was another good outing by him.

Yakubu Issah – (7/10). He was a rock at the back, well composed and dominant in the air.

George Dwubeng – (7/10). The young defender had a solid outing as he improved his game compared to his form in the Aduana Stars match.

Godfred Asante – (7/10). His presence all over the pitch was felt. He worked a lot to protect his back four till he got injured and was replaced by Eli Keke.

Patrick Arthur – (7/10). He was always a threat at the right side. He created good chances for the attackers.

Zuberu Sharani – (8/10). He exhibited another decent performance. The young attacker was always a threat with the ball. He assisted Richard Addae for the goal.

Richard Addae – (7/10). He was denied two times by the impressive goalie, Micheal Abu. He was third time lucky to put the ball in the net, after an unselfish pass from Zuberu Sharani.

James Wiafe – (9/10). He hardly put a foot wrong in the game. He was lively throughout the match. His twists and turns were a delight to watch.

Leonard Owusu – (10/10). It was another excellent game by the captain. He had everything right. His passes and distributions were always on point. He won the Man of the Match.


Eli Keke – (6/10). He brought stability in the midfield when the need to defend the only of the match became necessary.

Rashid Sani – (6/10). He came in for James Wiafe. He showed glimpses of brilliance.

Eric Gawu – (5/10). He was brought in late in the game and rarely made any impact.

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