Daniel Barnieh was wasteful in hearts of Oak first game of the season. He was very wasteful in the game considering the fact that the defense of Ashgold occasionally goes to sleep and the phobians were able to penetrate with their passes. The defense looked weak and judging from their play the goal keeper of Ashgold struggled in the game. Daniel Barnieh could have scored about three goals in the game but unfortunately, he was very wasteful.
He seemed to have enjoyed a large portion of the pass upfront but didn’t take advantage of all the chances he had.
The good thing is that he is young and still learning, so if given more opportunity he will show up and improve. The prospect is there and he was able to wear the defense of Ashgold down because of his pace. The defense of Ashgold obviously struggled to keep up with his pace.
He intend to do better in the subsequent games.Judging from the first game, Barnieh is likely to make amends in the second game over the weekend.
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