WAFA's notorious goal poacher Daniel Agbloe has credited head coach Prosper Narteh Ogum for his four-goal performance in Sunday's thrilling 5-4 victory over Medeama.
The former Ghana U20 striker started the onslaught as early as the sixth minute and before the break he had registered a hat-trick.
Six minutes from time, he scored his fourth to give the Academy Boys a 5-3 lead before Justice Blay struck a thuderbolt to reduce the deficit.
Agbloe, who now leads the scorers chart with seven goals, put his purple-patch of scoring form to his coach
''The motivation is from my coach,'' he said in the post-match conference. ''As he said earlier on, he has been on me for weeks now.
''After I scored again King Faisal, I was off. Sometimes at training grounds I fail to score and he's always on me. He has been harsh on me and due to his motivation and being one me all the time, that gave me the motivation to score four goals.
''I have to work more. Though I scored four goals today-it's a very good achievement- so I need to work more to achieve in the next game.
''My expectation is to work hard and score more goals.''
Daniel Agbloe 🗣 on his four-goal performance: ''The motivation is from my coach. As he said earlier on, he has been on me for weeks now.He’s been harsh on me and due to his motivation and being one me all the time, that gave me the motivation to score four goals'' pic.twitter.com/CE0ITyn1VF
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