Ghana goalkeeper Razak Brimah helps Cordoba to disappointing home draw against San Fernando

Razak Brimah was in action for Cordoba

Razak Brimah was in action for Cordoba

Ghana goalkeeper Razak Brimah put on another good show to help Cordoba to a disappointing 1-1 home draw against San Fernando in the Spanish second tier.

The Black Stars goalkeeper had followed up on last weekend’s heroics where he helped the side to an away win which lifted them out of the relegation zone.

Brimah’s side however failed to follow up with a win this weekend to consolidate their campaign to get out of danger as they dropped vital points at home.

Jose Antonio Romero’s side has started well by taking a 12th minute lead through Carlos Fernandez.

They however surrendered this lead 10 minutes to halftime when Carlitos struck for the visitors.

It eventually proved costly as Cordoba failed to turn their dominant possession and chances into goals to ultimately cede the win.

The disappointing home draws now sees the side fall back in the relegation tussle.

They are now 17th in the Spanish second tier – just a point adrift safety and with eight games to go.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Jerry Appiah says:

    This guy is even better than that pig Dauda.

  2. keith from germany says:

    I have always been on the opinion that u cant take one game to judge a player.
    It is true he had a bad game against japan in tokyo but we have to admit that the whole team played awfully on that day.
    Its about time AA stop crucifying players for one bad game.
    He did the same thing to jerry akaminko who for me had realy improved his defensive style of play.
    I dont have anything against dauda but he has to go due to lack of games at club level.
    Can dauda command a regular position with a spanish segunda division team?
    I dont think so.even in a mediocre league like the asba premier league he cant even outwit that mediocre bafana bafana second choice keeper meyiwa.
    Im very glad kwarasey uterlized his chance against montenegro by pulling in two worldclass saves.