Samuel Afful stunning goal help win vital point at Dun’s Park…
It was all round impressive game from the Giants – the hearty show bore a point from Bibiani.
Coach Ben Hayford made some changes in the lineup; Nana Awortwe, Egyir were missing from the starting eleven that snatched all three points against Venomous Vipers on match day 11.
In their absence, Nathaniel Eshun and Sampson Eduku were introduced for a 4-1-3-2 formation.
The Home side piled up an early pressure, their display forced Brebo to stretch full length on three separate occasions to keep Hasaacas in the game.
Into the 20th minute and Hasaacas begun neutralising all dangerous attacks from the home side[Gold Stars].
The half ended with neither side slotting home the opener.
Hasaacas firmed up the grip on possession and deservedly snatched the first goal – Samuel Afful showed class and desire as he powered a low strike to the bottom right corner to turn down human voice at the Dun’s Park.
John Koomson saw Samuel Afful on the run and played him through sumptuously, the attacker controlled well the pass bullied his way into the box before unleashing a low pile-driver to the bottom right corner.
The backline led by the leadership prowess of Abeiku Ainooson was resolute. The defense men bossed play till the 83rd minute when the home side got the equaliser.
It ended one all but what happened after the final whistle; a typical eyesore of events not permitted in association football.
Hasaacas will host Swedru All Blacks on Match Day 13 of the Division One League on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at the traditional Sekondi Sports Stadium.