Ghana U-20 Star Abdul Fataw Issahaku continues his magical form as he made a return to the Division One League to continue his unfinished business.
Just few days after making headlines in Mauritania, he couldn’t wait to see his Club taking on Tamale City in a local derby match. He was sensational through out the game, making some nice moves into Tamale City territory. He also took some devastating free kicks with that powerful left foot.
He really proved why he was picked as the best player of the tournament in Mauritania. The rising star scored twice and assisted one as Ghana emerged winners of the AFCON Championship in Mauritania.
With his team currently occupying top spot on the league table in zone one, the young man couldn’t wait to add his quota to his team’s success.
He played in three league matches before he left for the AFCON Championship, in those three games he scored three goals and provided four assist, winning three MVP award for his good performances.
His presence in the team today made a significant impact as both clubs settled for a 1-1 draw. Steadfast took the lead earlier in the first half through Mohammed Sharif. The defender who has been scoring goals this season. His goal today take his tally to four so far this season. But his goal was short lived as Kwame scored a fantastic free kick to put his side level.
Fataw took a marvelous free kick in the early exchanges of the second half which brought some heated argument between Steadfast players and the referee as they claimed the ball crossed the line, but the referee ignored their calls.
He was fantastic on the day producing wonderful free kick and dribbling pass any player who crosses his path.
Fataw with his experience in Mauritania will be a threat to opposing teams as he will be joining Alhassan Siisu in the attack. Siisu currently is the second leading scorer in the zone with seven goals. Fataw is tipped to get a call up to the Black Stars team for the Afcon qualifiers double header against South Africa and Sao Tome.
He is most likely to be playing his final season for the Tamale club as his exploits in Mauritania might have attracted potential suiters throughout the World.