Sampson Eduku was the hero of the day as his stellar show with three goals helped for a 3-0 win against Swedru All Blacks…

It was a typical one sided affair; Sampson Eduku knocked in three goals – all with the head.

Coach Ben Hayford maintained same system the last time out; Theophilus Nyame was replaced in the starting eleven with Theophilus Nana Awortwe.

Starting XI against All Blacks.

16. Anthony Brebo
33. Daniel Egyin >< Isaac Asare(11)
5. Abeiku Ainooson
25. Nathaniel Eshun
4. Ben Ankrah >< Ebo Eshun(36)
2. Theophilus Nana Awortwe
15. John Koomson
32. Roger Lamptey
39. Justuce Torsutsey >< Obed Ackah(7)
9. Samuel Afful
3. Sampson Eduku

It was a scorching afternoon at the Sekondi Sports Stadium as Referee Foster Bastiours whistled to commence the game.

John Koomson engineered a smooth operation the middle prompting all dangerous moves alongside Theophilus Nana Awortwe who was playing as the defensive midfielder.

Koomson had his first shot at goal ruled for an offside after powering a fine strike down the left corner.

Justuce Torsutsey was played through nicely and the line one kept hoisting his flag in show of an offside.

Sampson Eduku headed in the first goal of the game with 10 minutes to end the half, the attacker sent in a rebound above the goalkeeper to put Hasaacas 1-0 up before recess.

Hasaacas returned with all guns blazing and before long Sampson Eduku had completed a hat-trick…Eduku rose above everyone to pounce in the second from a John Koomson corner kick.

Again, the attacker was just lurking as Samuel Afful sent in a teasing cross which Eduku met perfectly to complete the hat trick.

Hasaacas secured a 3-0 win against Swedru All Blacks and will be traveling to Samreboi to play Samartex FC on match day 14.