In the build-up to the Ghana Special Competition semi-finals, Futaa looks at which teams were the most effective in the opposition’s box as well as their own.
Kim Grant earning his money in a Special Compeition game.
But which other categories can other semi-finalists take pride in? Can the likes of Asante Kotoko and Karela United draw credit somewhere?
Let’s check below...
The Phobians and Karela were the league's best scorers since May 17.
Enjoy these images from our 1-0 win over @KarelaUtd_FC yesterday as @HeartsOfOakGH posted our eighth win of the ongoing GFA Special Competition. We are joint top-scorers with @KarelaUtd_FC having now scored 17 goals and conceded seven from the 12 matches played so far.#AHOSC pic.twitter.com/0uWfD90rkE— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) May 16, 2019
Highest scorers in 12 games:
- Hearts 20 goals
- Karela 20 goals
- AshGold 17 goals
- Kotoko 14 goals
Least goals conceded in 12 games:
- Kotoko 5 goals
- AshGold 5 goals
- Hearts 9 goals
- Karela 13 goals
Right up next is now the final fours battles. As the highest scorers, the Oak Tree have an interesting battle against the top four’s most stingy defence.
The Porcupine Warriors - best defence in the top four.
Karela fascinate as one of the highest scorers though they are also the side that leak the most goals.
- Hearts of Oak vs Asante Kotoko
- Ashanti Gold vs Karela United.
The games will be played on home & two legs, with Hearts and Ashgold hosting the first leg games on Wednesday.