Ghana’s ace referee Daniel Laryea has urged Ghanaian football fans to put a stop to stadium violence following his superlative performance in the country’s biggest fixture of the season between Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
The Phobians recorded a crucial 1-0 win over sworn rivals Asante Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League week 31 cash at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Forward Daniel Afriyie’s second half strike was enough to hand Samuel Boadu’s side all three points.
The Accra-based referee was spot on with his decisions as the Phobians extended their lead to three points with three games left to spare.
Laryea distinguished himself with his two assistants Kwasi Brobbey and Patrick Papala at the Accra Sports stadium.
The Fifa referee took to social media after the game to offer some advice to fans in attempt to at least medigate stadium violence in the country.
— Daniel Laryea (@DanielLaryea3) June 28, 2021
The Accra Academy graduate remained unperturbed by the pressure of being under the intense scrutiny of over 10,000 fans at the Accra Sports Stadium and the hundreds of millions who watched the epic clash worldwide.
Laryea is a massive hope for refereeing in Ghana after another impressive performance to give honour the FIFA badge.