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14 Jan

GPL Team of the week; Check the players who made it

After Match Day 3 of the Ghana Premier League, teams and players are shaping up well to define their paths for the season. comes up with the best eleven after week three in a 3-5-2 formation.
Zachariah Fuseini of Berekum Chelsea is the only player who has maintained his position in the team throughout the match days.
Hearts of Oak are having their first appearance in the team for the first time in the season with two players.
Below is our team of the week;
GK- Danlad Ibrahim (Berekum Chelsea):
The youngster returned to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium to prevent his mother club from scoring as he clearly stood between Asante Kotoko and victory with his stupendous reflexes and command in the post.
CB- Ahmed Adams (Berekum Chelsea):
The 27-year-old former Asante Kotoko defender ensured he mastered a courageous performance to stop Asante Kotoko's attack from making any positive incursions upfront.
He solely handled the deadly Sougné Yacouba and rendered him useless in the game. Even the little scoring opportunities the Burkinabè had, Adams ensured he pushed him away from a good position to score and had Yacouba's strikes all off target.
It is by no surprise that he won the Man Of The Match in that encounter and earned all three points for Berekum Chelsea.
LCB- Zachariah Fuseini (Berekum Chelsea):
His pair with Ahmed Adams was spot on. Communicated well with him and won almost every ball that went pass the Chelsea midfield.
Though Ahmed Adams was much better on the day, without Zachariah Fuseini's presence, it would have been a footle exercise for Berekum Chelsea.
RCB- Michael Ampadu (Liberty Professionals):
Michael Ampadu moved his side on from the right side of defense on Saturday to ensure they picked a vital home point against Medeama SC.
In a game that was virtually a difficult one for Liberty, Michael Ampadu got no foot wrong at the right back position for Liberty Professionals as he led the "Scientific Soccer Lads" to pick a point at home.
DM- Shaibu Iddrisu (Karela United):
The teenager defined a proper and a modern day midfielder in Karela United's first victory over the weekend against Inter Allies at the Tarkwa Akoon Park.
He dictated the pace of the game and assisted the team's goals that snatched all three points for Karela United. He won the Man Of The Match even without scoring.
LM- Benjamin Tweneboah (Elmina Sharks):
On a consecutive trot, the diminutive winger produced a superlative performance in Elmina Shark's barren score line against WAFA at the Nduom Sports Complex.
He created most of the attacking moves for the "Botweaku Mba" that could have given them a goal or two but for the lack of sharp attackers, Elmina Sharks could not get a goal. He won the Man Of The Match award in that game.
CM- Jeffrey Degorl (Legon Cities FC):
Another brilliant outing for the midfielder at the Theatre of Dreams against Dreams FC at Dawu. After an excellent outing in their first game at the Carl Rheindorf Park against Liberty Professionals that won him the best player on the day, he gave a similar display over the weekend.
He controlled every move of his side and used his guile intelligence to garner a point for Legon Cities FC. He won the Man Of The Match.
RM- Nana Kofi Babil (Medeama SC):
The young footballer was on the scoring sheet against for Medeama SC over the weekend at the Carl Rheindorf Park. He came on as substitute to snatch a point for the Yellow and Mauves after going down from the spot through Elvis Kyei Baffour.
That vital goal he scored for Medeama SC on the 79th minutes on Saturday against Liberty Professionals was enough to earn him the Man Of The Match award and a point for Medeama SC.
AM- Joseph Esso (Hearts of Oak):
Joseph Esso scored the team's first goal of the season at the Accra Sports Stadium through a well taken free kick to open the floodgate of good fortunes and better football.
The deadly attacker was the orchestra of all moves for Hearts of Oak on Sunday as they picked their first three points of the season under interim coach Edward Nii Odoom.
Surely, he would be the player the team cannot do without this season especially when playing at home, at least. He won the Man Of The Match against Ebusua Dwarfs.
CF- Yahaya Mohammed (Aduana Stars):
A fox in the box. The very good old striker was at it again for Aduana Stars as they ditched out King Faisal at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park at Dormaa over the weekend.
Aduana Stars won by 2-1 and Yahaya Mohammed scored all two goals for his side in a game the away side were very good.
This put him five goals after three games and leads the goal king chart in the Ghana Premier League. He won the Man Of The Match award.
CF- Kofi Kordzi (Hearts of Oak):
Kofi Kordzi produced one of his best games for Hearts of Oak since he first donned the "Rainbow" jerseys. He was also on target for Hearts of Oak through a brilliantly calculated free kick in the second half to extend his side's lead before Ebusua Dwarfs got the equalizer.
Many said he should have won the Man Of The Match award for his performance.
Coach: Joseph Asare Bediako (Berekum Chelsea)
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