Francis Narh grabbed a brace and provided an assist to help Tema Youth record a resounding 4-0 win over leaders Medeama on Sunday.
The Ghana Under-20 striker was simply phenomenal on the synthetic pitch at the Tema Park as he turned on the heat in style.
He opened the scoring as early as the 7th minute connecting beautifully from defender Jeremiah Arkoful’s assist.
Arkoful laid a through pass to Narh who blasted from close range, passing through the legs of goalkeeper Mozart Adjetey.
Narh underlined his goal scoring prowess with the second goal ten minutes later with a wonderful strike from his unfavourite left foot.
He chipped one past goalkeeper Adjetey after sliding the ball from Bright Adjei’s tailored – measured cross.
Narh then provided the assist for Bright Adjei to score the third goal on the stroke of half time.
The second half resumed with Tema Youth in cruise control, dictating the pace of the game with Moses Odjer and Derrick Mensah in the thick of affairs.
Mohammed Abbas completed the massacre with a fantastic header late in the second half to give Youth the comprehensive win at home.
The match belonged to Narh who turned out to the chief architect of Tema Youth’s game plan, putting an incredible performance that will excite Ghana Under-20 coach Sellas Tetteh ahead of the 2013 African Youth
His skills, calmness in front of goal and superlative display has brought some sense of optimism ahead of the continental showpiece in Algeria.