Hasaacas’s earlier superiority did not count as points were shared equally against Skyy FC.
Buoyed by the resilience and efforts of either side to carry the day, the fans backed it, trooping-in in numbers in show of the importance of the day.
The hype was worth it; Hasaacas started right and should have slotted in through Sampson Eduku and Samuel Afful.
Ebenezer Jarkwei showed his worth and parried off Ebenezer Mamatha’s drive for the scoreline to remain barren in the early minutes.
The grim manner of our defense men headed by Abeiku Ainooson kept the Visitors at bay in the first half and more so when they threatened crucially in the dying embers, goalkeeper Ebenezer Jarkwei scored full marks on the day.
Coach Joseph Agyemang swapped for a 3 back system sacrificing Nathaniel Eshun for Theophilus Nyame to complement the midfield when the opponent[Skyy FC] seem to have found their mojo.
Roger Lamptey, Eric Quarshie replaced Samuel Afful and Sampson Eduku.
Our team forced up in search of the winner and were countlessly caught on the counter break serving near goal moments.
Ebenezer Jarkwei saved the day when he came out of his box and blocked a near goal moment when he got a hand to Ebenezer Mamatha’s ball.
Theophilus Nana Awortwe was called up in between he sticks when Jarkwei was sent off.
The game ended goalless, the unbeaten run for the season is still intact and we are currently on 9 points.
We go again against Rockstar FC at the Unistar Park, Kasoa on Sunday, February 9.