GhanaSoccernet mobile Revealed: Aduana Stars have scored the most goals in the first half of the season and Yahaya Mohammed has got eleven to his name At the mention of Catenaccio in Ghana football what comes to mind is Aduana Stars. The Dormaa based were known to be the masters of pragmatic and shrewd style of play, scoring few and conceding fewer. Things are not the same now. Levels have changed at Dormaa. The Ogya boys, translated to English as fire are living by their name. Their attack spearheaded by the Yahaya Mohammed and supported by Bright Adjei is fire brand that burns every opposition in the league. The lead the pack as the highest scoring side in the league with 24 goals in 15 games that is an average on 3 goals in every two games. The Aduana side begun the season in their old fashion failing to score in their first 3 games They even had to score their first of the season via a spot kick from Godfred Saka to beat WAFA. As at the 7th week their goal tally was 3. The season revival started against Sekondi Hasaacas in the 8th week where the thumped Hasmal by 4 unanswered goals. They went on to thrash Medeama the following week by 3 goals to nil. Since thumping of Hasaacas their goal tally has shot to 24 goals meaning they've scored 21 goals from week 8 to week 15 an average of over 2.5 goals per game. 18 of the goals were scored at home with 6 coming from their travels. One could attribute the high scoring feat to the form of Yahaya Mohammed who leads the top scorers chart with 11 goals. Before the start of the season pundits tipped the then catenaccio Dormaa club to be a very attacking side this season based on the attacking signings they made. It’s no surprise they are scoring for fun. The only surprise is how the kick started the season.
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