Yahaya Mohammed not bothered about goals drought

Big players are needed in big games. Their impact are priceless, their goals, resounding. Yahaya Mohammed would have revelled in finding the back of Hearts of Oak, but he failed.

His overall performance cannot be over-looked, but the icing on the cake would have capped of a stellar first round of the 2015-16 GPL season with only two games to end the phase against the giant.

However, he is not disappointed he left the Nana Agyemang Badu Park with nothing to add to his already 9 goals of which 8 of them came from the venue.

Emmanuel Akuoku rose above all the men in the box to redirect Godfred Saka’s free kick beyond Samuel Akurugu, before Cosmos Dauda drew the Phobians level late deep into the second half.

“Well I have to say that playing 1-1 was not a bad score line after all,” Yahaya Mohammed said after the game.

“The game was a difficult one. We all know Hearts are doing well and we knew we were not going to have it on a silver platter.

“We are disappointed we didn’t win but we are okay with a point. When you look have to look at the game, I can say we were unfortunate so for me its past and gone.” he said

Yahaya Mohammed has scored 9 goals so far with 8 of them coming from the Nana Agyemang Badu Park. Expectations were high for the ‘Terminator’ to increase his tally, but he failed. He is not disappointed he didn’t score because he is optimistic of scoring more in subsequent games.

“I am not bothered at all that I failed to score because I know very well that the goals will continue coming. Not scoring in one game shouldn’t be a problem. We play as a team and the team did well,” he noted.

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