It has been a good season so far for Hearts Of Oak's Richard Attah and Asante Kotoko's Razark Abalora in the post which has reflected on their club's positions on the league table.
Accra Hearts Of Oak at the moment is on top of the Ghana Premier league table with 46 points after 26 games, the same points as Kumasi Asante Kotoko who second on the league log.
We look at the competition that exists between the goalkeepers of this rivalry club and how well they have performed, plus who has been exceptional comparing the two, starting with the Hearts Of Oak goalkeeper.
Richard Attah for the Phobians so far this season despite the backlash which at the beginning of the season has made 15 appearances in the league.
Out of the 15 games, Attah has conceded nine goals and has kept nine clean sheets in the process.
In the part of Kotoko's Razark Abalora, the former WAFA goalkeeper has made 20 appearances so far for the porcupines, conceding 10 goals and has kept 11 clean sheets.
Looking at the statistics, the Hearts Of Oak shot-stopper has been a better goalkeeper so far than Razark Abalora.
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