Legon Cities FC new goalkeeper, Eric Ofori Antwi has admitted that, their clash against Hearts of Oak was a “hard game.”
Ofori Antwi who joined Legon Cities FC from Medeama SC as a free agent, put up a Man-of-the-Match performance to deny the Phobians from scoring any goal at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Royals as a result of Antwi’s heroics held the defending league champions to a goalless draw in their opening fixture of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season.
The former Ghana national U-20 goalkeeper who was adjudged the Most Valuable Player in the game, opened up on his team’s deadlock against Hearts of Oak.
“It was a very hard game because playing against the league champions it wasn’t easy.
“I think our players did well, to draw away is not bad.
“We still have to work hard, we have more matches to play and our next game is RTU and we have to focus on that game to get the three maximum points.” Eric Ofori Antwi said.
Eric Ofori Antwi was Ghana’s number one when they won the 2013 CAF U-20 Africa Championship in Algeria.
The 27-year-old was a member in Ghana’s third place finish at the FIFA U-20 World Cup held in Turkey the same year.
Antwi previously played club football for the defunct Division One League club, Amidaus Professionals before signing for record Ghana Premier League holders, Asante Kotoko.
He later joined Medeama after struggling for game time at the Porcupine Warriors before leaving on a free to Legon Cities FC
He was called up by former Black Stars coach, Charles Akonnor in a 32 -man squad for Ghana’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against South Africa and São Tomé.