Hearts of Oak’s latest signee, Dennis Korsah has been left basking in his flowery performance against Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
Korsah, who joined the Phobians from now relegated side, Ebusua Dwarfs in the last transfer window, has quickly set the wheel rolling – winning the MVP in the goalless draw against Asante Kotoko in a week seven outstanding clash on Sunday.
The left back-cum left winger marshaled his role with great finesse – keeping Camerooning import, Georges Mfegue out of the light.
Teeming fans fell in love with his performance with his output equally earning him the best man of the game – his first in two games.
Speaking with Eli Kondoh at pitch side after the clash, Dennis Korsah said: “In a whole we played well, we were compact, some point they [Kotoko] were playing but all in all we didn’t allow them to get what they want.
“They wanted to score but we prevented them, we were compact as I said earlier and then in a whole we all did well,” Denis Korsah told StarTimes.
On what drove him to give an MVP performance, Denis Korsah added. “I’ve played against them [Kotoko] and against Hearts of Oak, now I’ve joined Hearts.
“It’s the same Kotoko, it hasn’t changed though they have a new coach, they are doing so well but then the euphoria around the match, the supporters, the noise but then it’s still the same Kotoko so, I was just calm, do the simple things on the field and then we were there.” Denis Korsah said.
The University of Cape Coast graduate with BSc in HPERS, has so far played two games for Hearts of Oak – featuring in the 1-0 loss to Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium in week 16 and against Asante Kotoko.
He comes in as a perfect replacement for Congolese left back, Raddy Ovouka who has joined US based side, New Mexico on loan with an option to make permanent.