WAFA SC coach DR Prosper Nartey Ogum has praised his side for their impressive performance yesterday when they thrashed Liberty Professionals 5-0.
The West African Football rained goals in Sogakope last afternoon during their clash with Dansoman side Liberty Professionals.
Both sides couldn’t break the deadlock of the crucial tie and went into halftime all tied at 0-0. WAFA desperately in search of a win to keep up at the top of the league standings, intensed their play in the second half and broke the deadlock on the 51st minute when Konadu Yiadom headed in a powerful header from a resulting Augustine Boakye corner-kick.
The visitors pressed to search for an equaliser but unfortunately conceded their second when youngster Marvin Owusu scored his debut goal for the club on the 67th minute.
The home side had their third two minutes after their second on the 69th minute when Sampson Agyapong finished off from a nice through pass by talisman Augustine Boakye.
Augustine Boakye rounded off a stellar performance with a goal on the 75th minute to give WAFA a 4-0 comfortable lead.
WAFA completed their riot on the 80th minute when defender Konadu Yaidom pounced on a powerful header to score his brace for the day and thus WAFA’s fifth goal.
Coach Dr Ogum expressed his side’s composure as they recorded Liberty Professionals heavy defeat of the season.
“I think we were composed right from the beginning of the park and the middle of the park too, we were able to keep our balance.
“We had alot of players in the middle when we attacked and defended which gave opportunity to press them more.
” Right from Monday we told ourselves to write off games and score more goals, we score in the first half and relax in the second giving the opponents the opportunity to press back, thats one aspect we really worked on in training.
” I am very happy with the boys after an impressive performance and we hope to continue this in the coming weeks”.
WAFA currently 3rd on the league log with 18 points after matchday 11 three points behind leaders Karela United.