Hearts striker Otoo jumps to summit of scorers chart

Mahatma Otoo

Mahatma Otoo






Accra, April 15, GNA – Hearts of Oak captain Mahatma Otoo has overtaken Yahaya Mohamed at the summit of the scorers chart of 2012/2013 Premier League after 21 matches. 

Otoo, netted his 11th goal of the season during his side’s 1-2 loss to AshantiGold at the weekend, leapfrogging Amidaus Professionals’ midfielder, Mohamed who is on 10 goals and has gone blank in front of goal during the last five matches.

The Hearts of Oak skipper has been in great form scoring in almost every game since the second halve of the season got underway..

On nine goals apiece are Black Satellites duo, Kennedy Ashia and Francis Narh of Liberty Professionals and Tema Youth.

Information gathered by GNA Sports indicate that Selassi Adjei (Amidaus Professionals) and Yakubu Mohamed (Ashantigold) have each scored eight times in the season, whilst Ebenezer Assifuah (Liberty Professionals) and Seidu Salifu (All Stars) trail in that order with seven goals apiece.

As many as 88 players have scored a goal each the premiership which has recorded 325 goals so far.

Below is the scorers chart compiled by GNA Sports;

11- Mahatma Otoo (Hearts of Oak)
10 – Yahaya Mohamed (Amidaus Professionals)
9 – Kennedy Ashia (Liberty Professionals); Francis Narh (Tema Youth)

8 – Selassi Adjei (Amidaus Professionals); Yakubu Mohamed (AshantiGold)

7 – Seidu Salifu (All Stars); Ebenezer Assifuah (Liberty Professionals)

6 – Latif Salifu (Berekum Chelsea); Kofi Nti Boakye (Asante Kotoko)

5 – Daniel Darkwa (Aduana); Kwabena Adusei, Abdul Aziz Yusif (Asante Kotoko)

4 – John Arthur (Dwarfs); Robin Gnagne (Hearts of Oak); Seidu Bancey (Asante Kotoko); Mohamed Abass (Tema Youth); Stephen Manu (Edubiase)

3 – Kabiru Moro, Gordon Joseph, Bismark Asiedu, Theophilus Anobaah (Medeama); Bright Luqman, Richard Gadze, Francis Attuquaye (Dwarfs); Louis Agyemang, Aaron Amoah (AshantiGold); Kofi Owusu, Prince Boateng, Sulley Mohamed (King Faisal); Emmanuel Kwamena (Real Tamale United); Isaac Amoah (Amidaus Professionals); Bright Adjei (Tema Youth); Ibrahim Dauda (Berekum Arsenals); Alex Asamoah (Aduana)

2 – Ashittey Ollenu, Romeo Agban, Osei Bonsu, Nuru Sulley (Hearts of Oak); Michael Mensah, Joshua Otoo, Prince Attakora Gyimah, Samuel Azumah (All Stars); Godbless Asamoah, Otuo Acheampong (Medeama); Basit Adams, Ebenezer Ofori, Bernard Ofori (Edubiase); Mohamed Aminu, Salim Sakara (Real Tamale United); Daniel Acquaye, Isaac Osei, Edem Kodjo, Kwame Bonsu, Benjamin Fadi (Heart of Lions); Awusone Fumador (Dwarfs); John Ashong, Godfred Saka (Aduana); Joseph Ato Bissah, Eric Bekoe, Bismark Idan, Jordan Opoku (Berekum Chelsea); Ransford Osei, Joseph Ochaya (Asante Kotoko); Douglas Nkrumah, Ernest Obeng, James Boadu (Berekum Arsenals); Alhaji Sani, Francis Coffie (AshantiGold)

1- Tetteh Nortey, Wilson Andoh, Anwar Sadat Faisal (King Faisal); Kwabena Twumasi, Francis Morton, Kwame Frimpong, Ato Aggrey, Vincent Atinga, Prince Appiah (Dwarfs); Akwesi Bonsu, Isaac Ayisoni, Isaac Osae, Bright Kukubor, Edmund Owusu Peprah (Berekum Arsenals); Godfred Saka, Samuel Asiedu, Francis Larbi, Emmanuel Allan, Alex Aryee, Daniel Gozah, Emmanuel Akuoko (Aduana Stars); Latif Mohamed, Eric Opoku, Henri Traore, Didier Kore (AshantiGold); Hassan Mohamed, Hanan Giwah (Real Tamale United); Tanko Mohamed, Eric Nyarko, Richmond Nketiah, Jacob Apau, Akwei Polo, Godfred Rockson, Daniel Larbi Koomson, Masawudu Suleiman (Medeama); Abdul Basit, Edward Kpodo, Musa Mohammed, Richard Kissi Boateng, Jackson Owusu, Landry Bosson, Ibrahim Issaka, Abdul Wahab (Berekum Chelsea); Michael Akuffo, Richard Mpong, Micky Ofosu, Prince Baffoe, Ben Acheampong, Rashid Sumaila, Nafiu Iddrisu, Michael Helegbe (Asante Kotoko); Osei Bonsu, Prosper Avor, Isaac Quansah, Franklin Osei, Guuru Yinbil, Prince Acquah, Kweku Andoh, Nana Egyir (Heart of Lions); Ebenezer Adjei, Samuel Boateng, Joseph Dampson, Baffoe Asuandze, Mustapha Mumuni, Emmanuel Adu Offei, Hafiz Adams, Emmanuel Adu (All Stars); Eugene Amoah, Mamoud Suleiman, Ibrahim Samed, Sakyi Quaye (Edubiase); Isaac Ofori, Patrick Ampah, Roger Adongo, Nana Yaw Afriyie (Amidaus Professionals); Joseph Mugre, Moro Iddrisu, Esme Mends, Edward Affum (Hearts of Oak); Kenneth Owusu, James Akaminko, Isaac Nyarko, Emmanuel Boateng, Derrick Mensah, Daniel Appiah (Tema Youth); Ernest Baffoe, Selorm Geraldo, Kwame Boahene (Liberty Professionals)

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